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BBC News:: Forget the battlegrounds, or cricket field, the India-pakistan war has gone hi-tech. According to BBC News, an Indian hacker group called the Indian Snakes has developed a variant of Yaha Internet E-Mail worm which is now attacking attacking websites in Pakistan, including government sites, […]

BBC News:: Forget the battlegrounds, or cricket field, the India-pakistan war has gone hi-tech. According to BBC News, an Indian hacker group called the Indian Snakes has developed a variant of Yaha Internet E-Mail worm which is now attacking attacking websites in Pakistan, including government sites, internet service providers and the Karachi Stock Exchangs. This is a revenge E-mail worm in an ongoing yber squabble. The worm has also been leaving anti-Pakistani messages on hard drives, although one such message suggests that the hack is not politically motivated.

  1. i thinks indian is not good hacker but pakistani is the first and very good hacker
    example:G force
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  2. YEH IT IS TRUE THAT PAKISTANI HACKERS ARE VERY WELL DEVELOPED AS COOMPARED TO INDIAN HACKERS ,AND I REQUEST FROM PAISTANI HACKERS THAT GAVE A BETTER REACTION TO INDIAN HACKERS SO THAT THEY GET A LESON FOREWER
    PIR FAHIM SHAH

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