Indian hackers crack Pakistani sites

Monday, 1 July 2002, 2:18 PM EST

According to a report by SecurityFocus the Yaha.E worm was used to conduct a denial-of-service attack on the Pakistani website.

The worm created a text file on the victims' computers claiming that it was the work of 'sNAkeeYes,c0Bra'.

Indian hackers and virus writers were exhorted to "c0me & w0Rk wITh uS" against "tHE GFORCE-pAK shites", a reference to a rival Pakistani hacker group known as G-Force Pakistan.

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