LAHORE: The Lahore High Court website seems highly vulnerable to hacking as it was hacked for the second time on Thursday.

An Indian allegedly hacked the website last year and now some unidentified person has done it putting the data/information of the high court at risk.

The hacker left a message saying, “We are not damaging the data of the website but the index.” The unidentified hacker further said the LHC website was very vulnerable to hacking and the acts of “illegal control” of the website would be continued in future. “The hacking spree would be continued till freedom of Palestine.”

However, the IT department of the court restored the website.

Published in Dawn, September 25th, 2015

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