Updated 21 May, 2013, 8:08 pm IST
Anonymous' Operation India Facebook and Twitter Pages Deleted
| by Aaron Almeida |
The hacker group, Anonymous which is mostly known for bringing down Sony’s PlayStation Network, as well as other government websites had recently targeted the Indian Army’s website as well as the Indian Government National Informatics Center (NIC) website. The group apparently did this in retaliation to the mistreatment of Baba Ramdev, as also in an effort to curb the mounting corruption in the country.
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages now inaccessable
Further to the attack on the Sony service, as well as the Indian government website, Anonymous have also reportedly targeted the Spanish police website in retaliation to the news that three of their hackers had been arrested. The Spanish police claim that the three members of the group were core members. Anonymous, however responded by saying that they did not arrest any core group, because they didn't have a core group.
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