Hacker of SC website tracked | Sci-tech | DAWN.COM
ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)’s cyber crime wing has tracked the hacker of Supreme Court website.
The hacker, ‘Zombie KSA’, defaced the website of the apex court on September 27 and left derogatory remarks against the judiciary in general and the chief justice of Pakistan in particular, demanding an immediate ban on pornographic sites in the country.
“This was the second hacking of the website and it was a huge concern for us,” a senior official of the FIA told Dawn on condition of anonymity.
It may be recalled that the Supreme Court’s website was also hacked by two boys in September 2010, who were granted bail by the court on April 11 as they were less than 18 years of age.
“We have traced the hacker through their online footprints and will approach the Interpol to help us in nabbing the culprit,” said the official.
“Zombie is on the run on the internet since we have been tracing him through different internet protocols and filters,” he added.
He said they had tracked the hacker from his KSA signature as it represented the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Supreme Court’s of Pakistan website