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Pakistan Terror Leaves Trail in Temple Website

Devotees who tried to access the portal of the Sri Ranganathaswamy temple at Srirangam recently were in for a shock as they found the website hacked.

Published: 20th December 2015 08:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th December 2015 08:30 AM   |  A+A-

Website.jpgTIRUCHIRAPPALLI:Devotees who tried to access the portal of the Sri Ranganathaswamy temple at Srirangam recently were in for a shock as they found the website hacked. Alarmed, the temple management lodged a complaint with the Cyber Crime unit of the city police who launched a probe and found that a Pakistan-based extremist group was behind the act. The website www.srirangam.org provides complete information about the temple. Around 2.50 am on December 13, devotees who tried to access the website were shocked to see a note that said ‘you just got hacked’ and read ‘Pakistan Zindabad’. Further, a warning message was also displayed which read ‘Indian Kiddies Don’t Hack PK Sites Otherwise we will Destroy Your Cyber Space’ and was attributed to a group called ‘Pakistan LEETS’, an extremist group. The website was restored at around 10.50 am.



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