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Indian Cyber Attack Targeting Gadgets Of Military and Govt Officials Has Been Identified Says ISPR

ISPR confirms the major Indian cyber attack that is been detected by the agency!

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) confirms that they had identified a major cyber attack by Indian agencies that have targeted the mobile phones and gadgets of government officials and military personnel on Wednesday.

In its recent statement, ISPR shared:

“The cyberattack includes a range of cybercrimes, including deceitful fabrication, by hacking the personal mobiles and technical gadgets of government officials and military personnel”.

Further, it added:

“An advisory is also being sent to all government departments/ institutions for identifying lapses and enhancing respective cybersecurity measures.”

ISPR is conducting a full investigation on the matter as well as various “hostile intelligence agencies” were also been investigated.

Moreover, the Pakistan Army has taken the required measures to avoid such activities that will put the security of our country at risk. A few days back on July 26 Pakistan Army shot down an Indian Spying quadcopter in Pandu sector near the Line of control and DGISPR also tweeted:

“The quadcopter had intruded 200 meters on Pakistan’s side of the LoC.” He further added it is the tenth quadcopter that is been shot down by the army in the same year.

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