2 Students from Kashmir were Accused of Hacking 500 Websites of India
The duo, who asserted to have hacked more than 500 Indian sites, have been recognized as Adil Hussain Teli, 20 and ShahidMalla, 28, saidDeputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) PS Kushwah.
The two accused are the locals of Anantnagand Baramulla regions in Jammu and Kashmir, the research said. With the condition of hidden identity, a senior police authoritystated IANS, "Following a clue, a group of Cyber Cell Police, Delhi arrested Adil Hussain Teliand ShahidMalla after raiding their rented shelter in Punjab. "He included,while probing, it was uncovered that the online actions of them were a segment of "anti-national hacking team" known as 'Group Hackers Third Eye', that had been behind hacking more than 500 Indian sites, including government websites as per the post on timesnownews.com dated April 30, 2018.
Cell phones, laptops, SIM cards, memory gadgets and Internet dongles were recovered by the police from the blamed. The families of both the accused students expressed ignorance about their wards' involvement in suchcriminal action. "We are completely in shock since when we came to know about it," said Mohammad YousufTeli, Teli's dad.
Harmeet Singh, Senior Superintendent of Police (Kulgam) stated that the J-K Police were in contact with the New Delhi Cyber Cell. Both were observed to be in contact with a few anti-India hackers based in Pakistan. Few of those hackers are accepted to be sponsored by Pakistani intelligencefirm, Kusihwah went ahead to include.
The duo was observed to be "pro-Kashmiri terrorism and pro-Pakistan"as they created anti-India and revolutionary posts, said the DCP. Cell phones, internet dongles, SIM cards, memory gadgets and laptops recouped from them will be analyzed by the New Delhi Police in detail to find out their part in anti-state actions.
The officer statedthat the group was endeavoring to find out their further strategy and furthermore their money source. "The probe in progress." A lawsuit has been registered against them under Section124A of the Indian Penal Code and Section 66 of the IT Act and in addition criminal scheme under IPC Section 120 B, The Times of India revealed.
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