India raising its own offensive Cyber warriors now

Discussion in 'Politics & Society' started by chex3009, Dec 16, 2010.

  1. chex3009

    chex3009 Regular Member

    Oct 13, 2010
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    No doubt this is a late step , Government of India has finally decided to build a network of ethical hackers to spy on the classified data of hostile nations by hacking into their computer systems Information Technology professionals and ethical hackers will be hired for this purpose .IT workers and ethical hackers who sign up for the ambitious project will be protected by law, says the proposal being discussed by senior Government administrators.

    The government is worried about spying and sabotage from neighboring countries, particularly China and Pakistan .According to the government proposal, the National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO) along with Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) will be responsible for creating cyber-offensive capabilities. NTRO is a key government Agency that gathers technical intelligence while DIA is tasked with collating inputs from the Navy, Army and Air Force.

    The NTRO will also suggest measures to ensure legal protection to recruits, a move that is expected to coax software professionals into joining the government group because under the Indian IT Act, hacking is punishable with imprisonment up to three years, or carries a fine up to `2 lakh, or both.

    “Even if the offense is done on a computer on foreign soil, it is punishable under Indian laws,” says cyber lawyer Pavan Duggal, adding that the IT Act will have to be changed for “patriotic stealth operations”. Reports Economics Times India
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  3. debasree

    debasree Regular Member

    Feb 7, 2011
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    Calcutta, India, India
    at last india understands it,its agood step.
  4. SLASH

    SLASH Senior Member Senior Member

    Feb 5, 2011
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    it has been our age old problem. We always try to put ourselves on a moral high ground over our national security.

    Late but good step none the less.
  5. sorcerer

    sorcerer Senior Member Senior Member

    Apr 13, 2013
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    India's Mallu Cyber Soldiers hack confidential data of 7 lac Paki Citizens and make the data public

    Warm Greetings....

    We received numerous messages in our inbox as our fans couldn't find any new endeavors from MCS (Mallu Cyber Soldiers) these days.

    What happened to MCS? The page seems to be dead? Are you people not doing any hacking related activities?
    These were the most common questions asked by our Indian fans.

    Well, we are on a high gear with our continuous dedicated efforts to teach our poor neighbor a lesson.

    That shot interval was a mere rehearsal. Yes, the blaming negative posts from those who fear us never pulled us down, instead, it was really a forcing energy and enthusiasm for us.

    Yeah... This time it's not just one.. not even tens or hundreds or thousands, it is in lakhs. We have spied the confidential details of more than 7 lakhs Paki citizens......!

    We Mallu Cyber Soldiers fold our hands to you, madam Eenam Gambheer, India's first secretary to the UN for your daring description on our Islamic neighbor country as 'Terroristhan' at the UN General Assembly session.

    This is just a small gift for Pakistan, which has became a paternal and nourishment of Global Islamic extremism and terrorism. We are publishing 713954 lacks Pak citizens' details such as e-mails, security ID, and other crucial secrecies.

    The details are below.

    data_dump :!N6Q2SCgC!_LFGuzvHrOP9fiyIKSmqdQwRvIOsPjR5mjremz8aPkk
    zip-pass == xN-wu#=mRdPK9=+P

    #Jai Hind
    #Mallu Cyber Soldiers...
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  6. vinuzap

    vinuzap Regular Member

    Nov 15, 2016
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    i hope they are building security firewall to prevent malware attack since all PSUs are managed by NIC and are vulnerable

    america and china in there security strategy document consider cyber attack as attack only

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