On Thursday, the website of a well-known private school in Noida was reportedly hacked by a group claiming to be “Muslim hackers from Bangladesh.” A message appearing on the website’s homepage read, “When freedom is in danger, count on us.”
The police revealed the matter late at night, stating that no complaint has been filed in relation to this issue so far.
The message posted on the school’s website read, “We are Bangladeshi Muslim hackers who never try to sabotage our cyberspace. We oppose oppression where we are, we represent freedom, when freedom is in danger.” We develop a simple technical system…Expect from us…”
The website proudly displayed the magnificent national flag of Bangladesh. The hackers ended their message by proudly writing the words “Jai Bangla” and “Bangladesh,” making them more important with mysterious code names.
Shortly after, a cybersecurity company revealed that a group called “Mysterious Team Bangladesh” carried out several DDoS attacks starting in June 2022.
Group-IB’s report states that a group, driven by religious and political motives, has conducted attacks in various parts of India.