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PAKISTAN RUNS A TWITTER DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN TO SPREAD ANTI-INDIA FAKE NEWS

twitter Disinformation campaign

In the wake of advanced technological evolution, Twitter became the most recognisable names in the contemporary tech. But, with the growing popularity comes the drawbacks. The large-scale disinformation campaigns run by several countries on Twitter have waged war-like situations. The India-Pakistan conflict that goes back to 1947, is one example in which Twitter disinformation campaigns have heightened the intensity of

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Pakistan’s Cyber Recruitment to Respond to India’s Anti-Terror Crackdown

Cyber Recruitment

Pakistan-based terror groups have once again resorted to methods to revive terror in Jammu and Kashmir. A data suggests that the intelligence agency and terror groups in Pakistan are using applications in cyber and mobile space for the newest cyber recruitment to spread terrorism. This comes after the Indian security forces continue to crack down on Pakistan’s efforts in spreading

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Hybrid Warfare: Indian APT Groups Building Large-Scale Phishing Campaigns

Hybrid warfare

As the unconventional methods of a multi-domain warfighting approach have been growing in the name of hybrid warfare, India is now sparing no efforts in targeting the domestic fault lines that encompass the political, social, economic, and religious factors. Several Indian APT groups have now sped up collaboration on and executing scams, fraud, and large-scale targeted phishing campaigns to counter

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Indian Cyber Operations Outperforms Pakistani Cyber Warfare Skills

Indian cyber Operations

The cyberspace has become an important frontier in the fifth-generation warfare. This nature has increased cyber-conflict threefold and opting out is not an option anymore. Modern societies have become highly dependent on cyberspace and the only difference lies in the potential universe of “adversaries”, the ability to anticipate the attack and to immediately assemble a counterattack. Since everything is networked,

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ICREW Hackers Take Down University of Swabi’s Official Website, again

ICREW Hackers

An Indian hacking group that goes by the name, ICREW Hackers, appears to be in a full-blown online war with Pakistan. Led by “H45H_C47”, the group has once again hacked the website of the University of Swabi, a University in Ambar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. This was the second attack in a week, as the official website now remains in the

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Threat of cyber warfare compels India to strengthen its cyber capabilities

Cyber warfare

India is closely fighting the contest to militarise cyberspace. This has been triggered by constant attacks by foreign actors on India’s cyberspace. Several Indian firms have continued to expand the cyber-arms culture by carrying out pro-government campaigns, attempted hackings, and even providing cyber-espionage resources that could also be used for legal, government processes. The aim has been to improve the

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India Plans to Level up Cyber Offensive Front by Recruiting Elite Hackers

cyber offensive

Cyberwars have the capability to disable and destroy communications at all levels of war. The fact is well noted by India, as its adversaries have advanced to fifth-generation cyber warfare and portraying cyber offensive capabilities. This has triggered several internal security issues, with Khalistani ideology being the priority in the country. India needs to level up its game in cyber

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New Report Highlights Aglaya’s Connection with Dark Matter

Srivastava Group

Web-based technologies have become crucial in spreading disinformation. A month after the EU DisinfoLab brought into light the wide-scale pro-India disinformation campaign that harmed Pakistan’s integrity, another similar report has been published. While the DisinfoLab’s report – Indian Chronicles – dove deep into the vast 15-year global operation, and named several individuals and registered-website domains with several untraceable and unidentifiable

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Airtel Data Leak: After-Effects Could Go Beyond Revenue Impact

Airtel data leak

Over time, the lack of basic policies and unprotected servers has led to some of the biggest data security breaches in India. Despite the maximum number of bug bounty hunters, the cyberattacks have gone up manifold, compromising the user data. Moreover, it has also imposed monetary costs on enterprises. The recent Airtel data leak is one example, wherein a hacker

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Resurrection of Non-State Actors Can Help India Win the Information Warfare Battle

information warfare

Information warfare has become an important aspect in the present world. Both the state and non-state actors have been drawn towards the distinct form of conflict. Information superiority is achieved either by affecting the adversary information, information systems, and computer-based networks while defending one’s information, systems, or networks. Developed countries like the US, Russia, China, etc. have called information warfare

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