The “cyberwar” between Pakistani and Bangladeshi hackers has been ongoing for a few years now and none of the sides seems willing to put an end to it. Now, hacktivists from the Bangladesh Cyber Army claim to have “officially” declared war on Pakistan.
“As Pakistan Cyber Army hacked some of our government and non-governmental sites, we, Bangladesh Cyber Army started attacking Pakistani websites as a response. We are officially declaring a cyber war against Pakistan,” the collective’s representatives told Softpedia in an email.
“Until they stop hacking into our websites and apologize for their deeds, we won't stop attacking their websites.”
The hackers demand that Pakistan stops infiltrating the Bangladeshi cyberspace and stops breaching the county’s websites. They also want the Pakistani government to hand over the “criminals of 1971.”
They claim to have breached over 1,200 websites, including ones that belong to government organizations and educational institutions. A video they have published
also shows that they have managed to take down the sites of the Pakistan Stock Market and the Karachi Stock Exchange.