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Old January 31, 2012, 02:33 PM
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Default BD youths hack 56 Indian sites protesting border killings!!!

31 Jan 2012 07:59:48 PM Tuesday BdST
BD youths hack 56 Indian sites protesting boarder killings
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DHAKA: A group of Bangladeshi hackers reportedly hacked some 56 Indian websites in protest against the killings of Bangladeshi people on boarders by Indian Border Security Force (BSF).

The group was identified as “Bangladesh Black Hat Hacker”.

According to sources, the group members hacked those sites, including an important website of Indian government on January 25 and kept complete control over it till January 28 in order to stop killings of Bangladeshi people on boarders.

The hackers changed the contents of the homepage of those sites by breaking their security systems and wrote “The sites are being hacked protesting killings of Bangladeshis by Indian BSF.”

In the mean time, they have uploaded the picture of the hanging body of Felani, a Bangladeshi adolescent who was killed in BSF firing.

Uploading the picture of dead Felani on the website of Indian police Maharashtra State, they wrote, “Fifteen years innocent girl Felani killed by Indian Boarder Security Force.”

Meanwhile, they wrote under the picture “We never forget, we never forgive, we never give up.”

Under the title ‘About Us’ they wrote “Hacked by back bone”, “BD black hat hackers” and “This site is hacked” one after another.

Hackers wrote, “Stop hacking Bangladeshi sites and stop boarder killings, else we will destroy your cyber space.”

Asking where is humanity, they wrote, “Shame on BSF…..NSF shame.”

Addressing the admin of the site, they wrote, “Admin, your site don’t have any security, I break it in a single attack.”

The hackers warned that they would not stop hacking Indian sites until BSF stop killing innocent Bangladeshis on boarder.
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ঢাকা : ভারত-বাংলাদেশ সীমান্তে বাংলাদেশি হত্যা বন্ধের দাবিতে এবার ভারতের প্রায় ৫০টি ওয়েবসাইট হ্যাক করেছে বাংলাদেশের একটি হ্যাকার গ্রুপ।

বারবার বাংলাদেশি সীমান্তে নিরস্ত্র বাংলাদেশি হত্যা বন্ধে ভারত সরকার প্রতিশ্রুতি দেওয়ার পরেও সীমান্তে হত্যা বন্ধ না হওয়ার প্রতিবাদ জানাতে ‘বাংলাদেশ ব্ল্যাক হ্যাট হ্যাকার’ নামে একটি হ্যাকার গ্রুপ এ হ্যাকিং করে।

জানা গেছে, কিশোরী ফেলানীসহ বাংলাদেশের সীমান্তে বার বার বাংলাদেশিদের নির্বিচারে ও নৃশংসভাবে হত্যা বন্ধ করতেই বাংলাদেশের এই হ্যাকার গ্রুপটি ভারত সরকারের গুরুত্বপূর্ণ একটি ওয়েবসাইটসহ ২৫ থেকে ২৮ জানুয়ারি মোট ৪ দিন এ সাইটগুলো হ্যাক করে রাখে।

‘বাংলাদেশ ব্ল্যাক হ্যাট হ্যাকার’ গ্রুপের সদস্যরা ওইসব ওয়েবসাইটের নিরাপত্তা ব্যবস্থা ভেঙে হোমপেজের কনটেন্টও পরিবর্তন করে ফেলেন। অধিকাংশ সাইটের হোমপেজের কনটেন্ট পরিবর্তন করে সেখানে লিখে দেন-‘ভারতীয় সীমান্ত রক্ষী বাহিনী (বিএসএফ) কর্তৃক বাংলাদেশি হত্যার প্রতিবাদে সাইটগুলো হ্যাক করা হলো।’

এরমধ্যে কয়েকটি সাইটে বিএসএফের গুলিতে নিহত কিশোরী ফেলানীর ঝুলন্ত লাশের ছবিও ট্যাগ করে দেওয়া হয়।

ভারত সরকারের গুরুত্বপূর্ণ একটি সাইট- ‘হাইওয়ে পুলিশ মহারাষ্ট্র স্টেট’-এর ওয়েবসাইটটি হ্যাক করে ফ্রন্টপেজের মাঝখানে কাঁটাতারে ঝুলন্ত ফেলানীর ছবি ট্যাগ করে দেওয়া হয়। তাতে শিরোনাম লিখে দেওয়া হয়- ‘ফিফটিন ইয়ারস ইনোসেন্ট গার্ল ফেলানী কিল্ড বাই ফা… ইন্ডিয়ান বর্ডার সিকিউরিটি ফোর্স (বিএসএফ)।’

এর আগে ‘অ্যাবাউট আজ’ শিরোনামের নিচে লিখে দেওয়া হয়- ‘হ্যাকড বাই ব্যাক বোন’। তার নিচে লেখা হয়-‘বিডি ব্ল্যাক হ্যাট হ্যার্কাস’। এর নিচের লাইনে হ্যাকাররা লিখে দেন- ‘দিজ সাইট ইজ হ্যাকড’।

এছাড়া হতভাগ্য কিশোরী ফেলানীর ঝুলন্ত লাশের ছবির নিচে ‘বাংলাদেশ ব্ল্যাক হ্যাট হ্যাকার’ গ্রুপের সদস্যরা লেখেন- ‘উই নেভার ফরগেট’, ‘উই নেভার ফরগিভ’, ‘উই নেভার গিভ আপ’।

এর নিচে ‘বাংলাদেশ ব্ল্যাক হ্যাট হ্যাকার’ গ্রুপের সদস্যরা ইংরেজিতে লিখে দেন- ‘স্টপ হ্যাকিং বাংলাদেশি সাইট অ্যান্ড স্টপ বর্ডার কিলিং এলস উই উইল ডেসট্রয় ইওর সাইবার স্পেস’।

এর পরের লাইনে লেখেন- ‘হোয়্যার ইজ হিউম্যানিটি?’
তারপরের লাইন- ‘...শেম অন বিএসএফ...ফা… বিএসএফ...শেম...’।

এর পরের লাইনে ওয়েব পেজের অ্যাডমিনের উদ্দেশে হ্যাকাররা লেখেন- ‘অ্যাডমিন ইওর সাইট ডোন্ট হ্যাভ অ্যানি সিকিউরিটি, আই ব্রেক ইট ইন এ সিঙ্গেল অ্যাটাক।’

এছাড়া ওয়েব পেজের ওপরের ডানদিকের ‘ট্রাফিক কারেন্ট নিউজ’-ট্যাবের মূল শিরোনামটি লিখে দেওয়া হয়- ‘ট্রাফিক জ্যাম হ্যাকড বাই ব্যাক বোন বাংলাদেশ ব্ল্যাক হ্যাট হ্যাকার।’

এই ট্যাবের নিচে আরেকটি ট্যাবের শিরোনাম হচ্ছে- ‘ভেহিকেলস/অ্যাকিউজড ওয়ান্টেড’। এই ট্যাবের নিচে একটি ছবি ট্যাগ করে দেওয়া হয়। তাতে দেখা যায়- কাঁটাতারের বেড়ার পাশে মৃত এক ব্যক্তির পড়ে থাকা লাশ। পাশে দাঁড়িয়ে দুই বিএসএফ সদস্য ওই মৃত ব্যক্তির লাশ দেখছেন।

এই ছবির শিরোনামে লেখা রয়েছে- ‘ভেহিকেল নং. : স্টপ বর্ডার কিলিং’। অর্থাৎ এ বক্সটায় মূলত অভিযুক্ত গাড়ির নম্বর লেখা থাকে। সেখানে হ্যাকাররা- ‘স্টপ বর্ডার কিলিং’ লিখে মূলত ভারতীয় সীমান্ত রক্ষী বাহিনী -বিএসএফের বিরুদ্ধে অভিযোগ তুলেছেন।

এদিকে, এই ছবির নিচে একটি বক্সে একটি কার্টুন আঁকা হয়েছে। সেখানে দেখা যায়, ভারতের পতাকা দিয়ে বানানো একটি জামা গায়ে এক ব্যক্তির আবক্ষ মূর্তি। তার গালে চড় মারছে বাংলাদেশের পতাকা দিয়ে বানানো একটি হাত। চড় খেয়ে সে ভারতীয়ের মাথা ঘুরে গেছে।

এদিকে, মঙ্গলবার সন্ধ্যা পর্যন্ত বেশ কয়েকটি ওয়েবসাইট হ্যাকারদের কবল থেকে উদ্ধার করতে পারেনি কর্তৃপক্ষ। এর মধ্যে কয়েকটি হচ্ছে-vivagroupindia.com, koganpage.co.in, dcholidays.in, sviei.com। তবে যেসব ওয়েবসাইট হ্যাকারদের কবল থেকে উদ্ধার করা হয়েছে, সেগুলোর কয়েকটি হচ্ছে-indiasquash.com, britishschool.co.in, sss-college.com, selviacademy.org, srigangatransport.com।

এদিকে, হ্যাকাররা দাবি করেছেন, ‘ফেলানীকে তারের ওপর গুলি করে সেটি ছবি বানিয়েছে বিএসএফ। সেগুলো আমরা সর্বত্র দেখেছি। সীমান্ত হত্যার প্রতিবাদে তাই সেই একই ছবি আমরা ঝুলিয়ে দিয়েছি ভারতীয় ওয়েবসাইটে। সীমান্ত হত্যাকাণ্ড না থামলে আমাদের হ্যাকিং কর্মকাণ্ড থামবে না।’


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ai ber india bangaldesh bank attack korbey...
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Indian site 2 din er jonno hack kore ki labh ? tar cheye american koyekta boro boro site hack kore shara duniya er tonok naraye de
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Seriously, why are some of you supporting this? At most it'll only lead to tit-for-tat reactions from the Indian hackers (if they at all care) and do nothing to address the border situation. Wouldn't it have been more constructive to address the individuals who are supposed to represent us and can actually do something about it?

If these schmucks are capable of some real hacking/cracking, as opposed to simply defacing webpages which have no real security to speak of, then they should go and compromise the bank accounts of our MPs. At least, that way they'd get the attention of the folk that really matter.
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I was surprised to see the way those report has been put up, as if a promotion of those newbe hackers, as well as their works.
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well it's better than doing absolutely nothing at all.
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Seriously, why are some of you supporting this? At most it'll only lead to tit-for-tat reactions from the Indian hackers (if they at all care) and do nothing to address the border situation. Wouldn't it have been more constructive to address the individuals who are supposed to represent us and can actually do something about it?

If these schmucks are capable of some real hacking/cracking, as opposed to simply defacing webpages which have no real security to speak of, then they should go and compromise the bank accounts of our MPs. At least, that way they'd get the attention of the folk that really matter.
No it wouldn't especially when a senior government minister says the border situation is not an issue and that the government is not concerned about it. A lot of ordinary Indians are completely oblivious to what's going on around the borders. It gets zero media coverage in India. If the intention was to raise awareness among the Indian public then I completely support these hackers.
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No it wouldn't especially when a senior government minister says the border situation is not an issue and that the government is not concerned about it. A lot of ordinary Indians are completely oblivious to what's going on around the borders. It gets zero media coverage in India. If the intention was to raise awareness among the Indian public then I completely support these hackers.
So let these so called "bagher bacchas" go and compromise the bank accounts of that very senior government minister. Make him feel the bite, which is what I was suggesting in the previous post, albeit facetiously. That is, of course, if they can actually crack anything with some degree of actual security.

I'm not as sanguine as you are about trying to raise awareness among a population by sabotaging sites they might visit. It is, if anything, negative advertising. Except in cases like the anti-SOPA blackout project, which was initiated by the sites themselves, it tends to leave the common users irritated at the messenger (see, for instance, the response of everyday users to most of the Anonymous exploits), when what you are trying to do is to get them to sympathize and commiserate with the message itself.

There are better and more positive ways of spreading awareness of this border abuse among the Indian public, but that actually might require a little thinking and some real work -- not just an afternoon of caffeine-fueled so-called "hacking" to gain two minutes of notoriety.
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Good to see that we have such passionate people around to do such things.... It was for a great cause and I fully support their protest. Let them be heard.
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Seriously, why are some of you supporting this? At most it'll only lead to tit-for-tat reactions from the Indian hackers (if they at all care) and do nothing to address the border situation. Wouldn't it have been more constructive to address the individuals who are supposed to represent us and can actually do something about it?

If these schmucks are capable of some real hacking/cracking, as opposed to simply defacing webpages which have no real security to speak of, then they should go and compromise the bank accounts of our MPs. At least, that way they'd get the attention of the folk that really matter.
Aren't we scared of Indians ....? Yes they can do for the bank accounts of corrupt MPs..but why should that stop them from protesting and doing this act..?? It was a utterly brutal act and illegal execution of a person.
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This news made my day. Most of you consider "hacking" as a negative term. But the hacking culture has done so much for the world we live in today, it's just amazing how most people don't know about it. Cyber attack is today's (more standardized) form of attacking oppression.

Large software companies, including the one I work for, host hacking competitions and hire people from there. That's how Facebook hired its first engineers.
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Good to see that we have such passionate people around to do such things.... It was for a great cause and I fully support their protest. Let them be heard.
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Aren't we scared of Indians ....? Yes they can do for the bank accounts of corrupt MPs..but why should that stop them from protesting and doing this act..?? It was a utterly brutal act and illegal execution of a person.
Cheap little rhetorical ploy, BANFAN. It's not an issue of being scared of Indians, it's a question of achieving your actual stated goals, instead of getting off on an amateurish exploit against a few Indian websites. Will that defacing change the manner in which BSF behaves, or does it just make you and some members feel better that some Bangladeshis struck back at them?

Look at one of the examples I cited, that of Anonymous. For instance, I approve of what WikiLeaks was trying to achieve, in principle. And I certainly did not approve of PayPal, Visa, or MasterCard bowing to government pressures and preventing people from sending donations to WikiLeaks using their services. Does that mean I, or most people, approved of the DDoS attacks by Anonymous against the websites of these companies? No, as someone who uses their services often, and regardless of my sympathies, I didn't.

You want to do something about the border klllings, fine. Then target and utilize the strategies that will actually achieve something, e.g. playing hardball with the Indians about concessions that they want, such as transit privileges, or reversing the emasculation of our own border forces (yes, yes, we know why that was supposedly done, and we are already seeing the consequences). But this requires effort, work and organization, doesn't it -- putting pressure on our own politicians to achieve something? So much simpler to take down a few Indian websites that one could do with but the simplest beginner "warez" and bask in glory, naa?

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This news made my day. Most of you consider "hacking" as a negative term. But the hacking culture has done so much for the world we live in today, it's just amazing how most people don't know about it. Cyber attack is today's (more standardized) form of attacking oppression.

Large software companies, including the one I work for, host hacking competitions and hire people from there. That's how Facebook hired its first engineers.
Kabir, I've been around for a while. My initial work-study as an undergrad involved working as a computer consultant at Princeton, where we had to deal with wannabe freshman crackers who had seen "War Games" and thought crashing our ancient Vax (appropriately named "phoenix") showed off their prowess (in fact, it was so crappy that keeping it running continuously for 48 hours was an achievement indeed). I'm quite familiar with the origin of "hacking" from the old MIT days and don't consider it in a negative light; witness my use of the term "cracking" instead.

That said, I haven't seen too many examples of "cyber attacks" being used to attack oppression. I have seen workarounds, e.g. those for twitter and specific proxies used by people in particularly oppressive regimes, but I don't think those count as "cyber attacks."

But I still fail to see how defacing the homepages of certain Indian sites would eliminate unconscionable behaviour by the BSF. All I know is that if someone messed up some sites that I consistently use, say for example PubMed, I would be ticked off at the folk responsible, and not at all receptive to their message.
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It's not an issue of being scared of Indians, it's a question of achieving your actual stated goals, instead of getting off on an amateurish exploit against a few Indian websites.
I agree with most of your point but have different opinions about few things. The stated goal is to stop border atrocities. This can be done through diplomacy. But to convince the diplomats on both sides that this topic is important, we need to create awareness among common people on both sides of the border.

Indian public barely gives a damn about what happens in their eastern borders. They are very much ignorant about BD and our politics. They are mostly concerned with western front and Pak. This "cracking" is just creating that awareness and reminding common folks about this issue and reevaluate their actions.

Sometimes stated goals comes from the most unexpected events. We would have all laughed if someone told us that a fruit vendor in Tunisia will torch himself in fire and that would topple dictators such as Mubarak, Gaddafi and usher Arab Spring. That suicide was just a catalyst and created a huge awareness among the Arab world.

If someone chose to crack a site we use often such as PubMed, we would start to resent their message. But before that resentment comes in, we will look at their intentions and message. What is the intention of these kids who went into this Indian sites? Demanding justice and fair treatments.
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I think it's high time we reduce or boycott Indian products.
An attack to their economy will teach them a good lesson and force them to stop these killings and other tortures/injustice.
there is already a FB page about such initiative.
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I just hope those boys don't get caught. And I like simon bhai's idea of boycotting indian products.
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If the hackers had done any real damage that would have been "cyber terrorism" and would have affected innocent people. So no problems with hacking meaningless targets in my view. That is creating some degree of awareness. But I suspect Malcom X would have stated that the real answer lies somewhere inside the barrel of a BDR gun...
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Aren't we scared of Indians ....? Yes they can do for the bank accounts of corrupt MPs..but why should that stop them from protesting and doing this act..?? It was a utterly brutal act and illegal execution of a person.
Well I never sopported any hackers until now. When BD politicians are hunkering down, these hackers are standing up against the killing of their fellow countrymen.
Well said, BANFAN. Good job hackers. At least you have proved some ones are there in BD to protest their arrogant and barbaric acts over and over again.
***BTW...Had these BD politicians done their job as per their sworn in committment, I must not have supported these hackers.
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I agree with shaad uncle. The point is not not doing anything but doing something the right way. You and I are all touched by innocents dying from BSF but it's like egging a building after one of your friends get killed won't stop the barbaric acts. One must raise awareness the right way. Flooding mass letters to UN would be more effective than childish ploy.
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BD hackers touched the pinch nerve of the Indian media and administration - there is nothing more effective than this at this moment while our politicians are hunkering down.

Hacking is much much better than killing some innocents barbarically and ruthlessly. It is meaningless to be Mr. Nice with the repeated killers and killings.
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Seriously, why are some of you supporting this? At most it'll only lead to tit-for-tat reactions from the Indian hackers (if they at all care) and do nothing to address the border situation. Wouldn't it have been more constructive to address the individuals who are supposed to represent us and can actually do something about it?

If these schmucks are capable of some real hacking/cracking, as opposed to simply defacing webpages which have no real security to speak of, then they should go and compromise the bank accounts of our MPs. At least, that way they'd get the attention of the folk that really matter.
Agree with Shaad bhai, as always! The glamorization of hackers is not a good thing, these guys need to do something productive with their talent.
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Comments from BAL Ashraf-fool and gong., make those kids work heroic. Such as the leaders, such as the kids, or vice versa.
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