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Kerala govt website hacked by Pakistani hackers

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, KERALA: Suspected Pakistani programmers have hacked the official site of the Kerala government, www.keralagov.in, late Saturday night ndtv.

The digital wing of the state police has dispatched a test into the hacking Kerala govt website hacked by Pakistani hackers.

Boss Minister, Oommen Chandy told journalists at the place where he grew up Kottayam today that the hacking was a “grave issue”.

The webpage is currently being repaired by the state-possessed Center for Development of Imaging Technology which said the site server had not been hacked.

The programmers, who guaranteed to be Pakistanis, set up genius Pakistani trademarks on the hacked site Kerala govt website hacked by Pakistani hackers The page was under maintenance at the time of writing this report. “The site is under maintenance. We should be back shortly,” the message on the website read at around 1:30 pm on Sunday.

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