Pakistan Air Force along with China accuse Indian hackers to steal 15000 files and damaging their infrastructure

China and Pakistan, which is close to China and has a bad eye on other nations, are in an uproar. According to reports, hackers destroyed 15,000 data, seriously harming China and Pakistan’s cyber security. The information we have received indicates that this issue dates back two months. A hacking event involving China and Pakistan occurred in May of this year, but the leak of the information this month caused a commotion among Pakistan’s close military authorities.

According to a story on the Navbharat Times news website in Hindi, China and Pakistan are cooperating on cyber security. They allege that Indian hackers have spied on online activity. According to officials from both nations, the hackers accessed over 15,000 data. At the same time, certain unverified assertions that the hackers had left some of these clues that it was discovered that the system had been penetrated were cited in the reports.

Chinese and Pakistani government representatives held discussions about the hacking event that revealed it. Additionally, the information was made public last month in the Chinese state media. It was claimed that hackers are based in India and carry out numerous attacks one at a time.

Additionally, it was claimed that hackers are not just stealing data but also causing infrastructural harm.

Such attacks have also occurred in China!

If China and Pakistan’s assertions are accurate, this is the first event of its kind this year in which material from both nations has been stolen. Let us inform you that these two nations have frequently conducted similar cyberattacks against other nations. which also includes India. In October 2020, during the Corona pandemic, India was the target of a similar cyberattack. Mumbai was experiencing a severe power outage at the time. China, however, refuted the cyberattacks.




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