Website Of BJP Targeted By Hackers

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Bhartiya Janta Party(BJP) website and the personal website of prime minister of India Narendra Modi are the India’s most targeted sites ever by the hackers.”Many hackers trying to hack and broke into the website of BJP.

“Prime Minister’s personal site as well as our party’s website is one of the most targeted websites in the country,” BJP National Head IT Cell Arvind Gupta said at a hackers conference in New Delhi.

The IT wing of BJP has sufficient members at its disposal to check suck attacks day by day.Government’s cyber-security arm Computer Emergency Response Team-India (CERT-In) reported 62,189 cyber-security incidents had taken place in the first five months this year 2014. The body also reported that 9,174 Indian websites were hacked by hacking groups spread across the world.

During the 2011, 2012, 2013.and 2014 (till May), a total number of 21,699, 27,605, 28,481.and 9,174 Indian websites were hacked by various hacker groups spread across worldwide, according to the govt. data.

Communication and IT ministers Ravi Shankar Prasad told Lok Sabha that they are attempting from time to time to lauch cyber attacks on Indian cyberspace.

Countries Including US, Europe, Brazil, Turkey, China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Algeria and the UAE, where the cyber attack originated, says NDTV reports.

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