Indian hackers await Govt. approval to damage Pak’s defence infrastructure, they’re already in

“If necessary, we can damage their digital assets…We have penetrated into their defence infrastructure,” Mr. Reddy told reporters on the sidelines of the conference. He added that the team had penetrated the entiregov.pk websites. “If we get the go-ahead from the government, we can do it. We are ready,” he said.

After the surgical strike done by India in PoK, which has brought the military establishments in Pak on their knees. It needs no proof now as the world recognizes today that Pakistan is a terror state and sponsoring, protecting & defending terrorists is its state policy. The valour, professionalism and command of the Indian Armed Forces in conducting the surgical strike on 7-8 terror launch pads in PoK, has brought the entire Pakistani establishments in panic mode. They do not know what to do now. It's a situation like "neither can swallow, nor can vomit". Pakistan is in its traditional denial mode. Denial is the national motto of Pakistan and this has been witnessed after the wars of 1947, 1965, 1971, 1999(Kargil) and the recent surgical strike.

Post the surgical strikes, whether Pakistan intends to escalate tensions and make a move for war is unlikely to the international pressure built on Pak and almost all countries speaking against them.

Whether a war will happen is a thing of much thought and is a much calculated step to be taken, but the cyber war wings in India are ready to take on. With the cuber experts and hackers ready to give a bloody nose to the Pakistani cyber infrastructure, and you must know that the hackers have already penetrated into their defence infrastructure. One nod by Govt. & this will be the worst ever cyber attack and damage in the cyber attack history.

An Indian cyber security organisation has claimed to have entered Pakistan’s critical infrastructure systems, including the country’s defence infrastructure, and would be ready to destroy the infrastructure system if the need arose, and if there was a go-ahead from the Indian government, a top official of the organisation said.

“We have entered the critical infrastructure of Pakistan. The moment we get the go-ahead, we will destroy these,” S. Amar Prasad Reddy, Additional Director- General, National Cyber Safety and Security Standards, said at seminar here on Friday. He was speaking at a “National Cyber Defence Summit 2016” at Anna University.

Mr. Reddy said work on infiltrating the infrastructure started after the Pathankot attack.

‘Websites penetrated’

 “If necessary, we can damage their digital assets…We have penetrated into their defence infrastructure,” Mr. Reddy told reporters on the sidelines of the conference. He added that the team had penetrated the entiregov.pk websites. “If we get the go-ahead from the government, we can do it. We are ready,” he said.

He said while Pakistan was also trying to access India’s critical infrastructure, it was being thwarted.

However, he added that India needed at least 10 lakh cyber security experts in the future to protect its critical infrastructure.

Cyber security has become a large problem because of human beings, A.S. Kiran Kumar, Chairman, Indian Space Research Organisation, said in his while delivering the inaugural address.

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