Digital activist group Anonymous Operations has hacked the website of Indian government information technology organization in protest against political corruption and police violence against peaceful protesters in New Delhi in the wee hours of June 6.
Anonymous activists put up its logo and a message for the country's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the website of the National Informatics Center, according to The Hacker News. The page could not be accessed by Tuesday, but a cache of it on Google Search confirmed that it had been defaced by Anonymous.
Anonymous put up its logo and a message for the country's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on the hacked website. The message reads:
Over fifty years ago, Indian Freedom Fighters laid down their lives for our freedom. In the end, what was it all for? Today our politicians ride slip-shod over our laws, corruption is rampant. If the brutal way Baba Ramdev's hunger strike was crushed is anything to go by, it would seem that India is now on its way to becoming an undemocratic democracy.
Finally, steps were taken to correct this. The Lokpal Bill was created. And what happens? False tapes turn out to discredit those who support this bill, supporters of Baba Ramdev are mercilessly and brutally attacked.
This needs to stop. The Anons of India and of the world are taking a stand against your lies and against your corruption. We have an agenda:
Are you listening?
We are Legion.
We do not Forgive corruption
We do not Forget your lies
We are Anonymous.