Over 1,400 Indian Sites Hacked by BGHH in Memory of Girl Killed by BSF

This is the second Bangladeshi hacktivist group protesting in such a manner

By on January 8th, 2013 23:41 GMT

Members of the Bangladesh Grey Hat Hackers (BGHH) claim to have breached and defaced a total of more than 1,400 Indian websites.

“Today is the anniversary of the death of Felani. Felani is a poor girl from Bangladesh who was brutally killed by Indian border guards from the BSF. On this occasion, we strongly condemn the activity of the BSF on our border. They are daily killing our people brutally,” the hackers said in an email statement.

Some of the more important targets are the sites of the Institute for Development and Communication, the Software Technology Network, and a company called Meridian Security Force.

The complete list of affected sites is available on Zone-H and on the Facebook page of Rotating Rotor, one of the members of BGHH.

Earlier today, we learned that the Bangladesh Cyber Army – another one of the country’s hacktivist collectives – carried out a similar operation in memory of the girl.

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1,400 Indian sites defaced by BGHH
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