After Pakistani cyber attackers hacked Thiruvananthapuram airport’s website a group of cyber experts from Kerala – the ‘Mallu Cyber Soldiers’ – decided to respond in kind: by hacking the website of a Pakistani airport.

A group of Pakistani hackers called “Kashmir Cheetah” on December 28 hacked the official websites of the Cochin and Thiruvananthapuram airports. However, cyber security officials soon restored the websites.

The group was also responsible for the hacking of AIIMS Raipur’s website earlier this year.

A message posted on the websites read: “Website stamped by Kashmiri Cheetah. HACKED. Team :: Pak Cyber Attackers. We are Unbeatable. Mess With The Best. Die Like The Rest.”


As we were get ready to observe New Year, Hackers from India and Pakistan were occupied in cyber war. Leading the pack, Indian Hackers have hacked and infused ransomware on more than three Pakistan air terminal sites.

Indian Hackers guaranteed this was to retaliate for hacking of the official site of the tip top National Security Gua(NSG) by their partner in Pakistan, who likewise posted hostile to India content and an irreverence loaded message against the head administrator.

Indian hackers on Monday night claimed to have hacked Islamabad, Peshawar, Multan International and Karachi airport website (,,,

The hackers, who’re from all over the state, obtained the login information for the website of the Sialkot International Airport in Pakistan’s Punjab province. The changed the password to ‘malayalees’ and shared the new login details with the public.

Specialists trust the hacking of airplane terminal sites can be utilized to get out urgent data about flights, which can have genuine outcomes. In addition, break of insights about the individual airplane terminals – from coordinations to offices – is additionally perilous.

Over and over, security specialists have raised the issue of India’s feeble cybersecuirty foundation. India positions among the main 10 nations, with an extensive number of digital wrongdoings, extending from online badgering to misrepresentation, and notwithstanding spying.

Also, they had some guidance for potential “trollers” – as it were, Internet clients who may utilize the data to post provocative substance on the website.

Trollers shouldn’t change the secret key, so others like them could express their innovativeness as well, the gathering said.

The gathering likewise took screenshots of its own craftsmanship, which it distributed on its Facebook bunch.

It is not the first time the group has made a surgical strike on Pakistani websites. Last year, after the Pak-based hackers attacked the official website of Kerala Government the ‘cyber warriors’  launched a counter attack and hacked nearly 250 websites.

BALAJI is a Former Security Researcher (Threat Research Labs) at Comodo Cybersecurity. Editor-in-Chief & Co-Founder - Cyber Security News & GBHackers On Security.


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