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India needs its own anti-disinformation army to counter campaigns such as “#BoycottIndianProducts”

disinformation army

The growing disinformation campaigns have become a substantial problem in developing countries like India, which already lacks specific provision of law that deals with fake news. Clearly, India needs its own set of disinformation army to counterattack. Today, Indian law enforcement is challenged to respond more efficiently. They are using all-source intelligence, OSINT, platforms to perform multi-dimensional visual analysis with

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anti-Pakistan protests

India’s fake news war against Pakistan has been in operation for a long time now. Much of the data propagated in information war resonates with the views of pro-government ideology and has largely been negative. The ongoing anti-Pakistan protests in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul appears to be a clear example of how misinformation could create havoc in a chaos-driven nation. The

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Israel-India Retain Cyber Alliance in the face of Joint Hybrid War by China & Pakistan


In the wake of Pegasus project revelations, India is into criticism from several nations aiming to strengthen their cyber front. The country has been accused of using Israel’s Pegasus spyware against opposition, union ministers, and journalists etc. Many of these targets claimed that the government wanted to “turn India into a surveillance state where democracy is in danger”. Over time,

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Despite the Abrogation of Article 370 two years ago, Pakistan’s Kashmir Propaganda Persists

Kashmir Propaganda

The relations between India and Pakistan have always been contradictory, as both the countries have actively participated in misguiding and manipulating global media against one another. Both of them are using cyberwarfare capabilities including misinformation, propaganda, developing advanced tools that help in spying and stealing information to achieve the strategic goals in the South Asian continent. Pakistan’s Kashmir propaganda is

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Indian cyber offensive

As the investigation and security sector is rapidly evolving, the threats of data breaches have increased two-folds. Today, protection against cybercrime has become an urgent necessity for developing countries like India. The government is now keeping a check on Indian offensive cyber capabilities. In the wake of the 2020 Mumbai Grid Attack and the 2019 malware attack on the country’s

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What is India’s Hybrid Warfare Strategy against the Adversary Nations?

Hybrid Wafare

Following the cyberspace battle, the countries around the world are building cyber offensive and defensive capabilities, while employing overt tactics to overcome their adversaries. India being the most targeted country in cyberspace, by tier two countries, is now exerting influence with the help of hybrid warfare strategy. The consequences of hybrid warfare are considered the most lethal in the present

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Pakistan and China Team Up to Wage Propaganda Warfare on India

Propaganda warfare

The cyberattacks from neighbouring adversaries have blurred the national boundaries. It has become necessary for India to confront these acts of propaganda warfare comprehensively. Amid the growing concept of cyberwarfare in South Asia, India is consequently seeking to balance its offensive and defensive cyber capabilities. Over time Indian APT groups like C-35, SideWinder, Viceroy Tiger, and firms like Srivastava Group

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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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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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Twitter into Action, amid Indian Farmers Protest that Allegedly Instigated Anti-India Agenda

Indian Farmers protest

Twitter has been doing a good job in blocking hate symbols, abusive behaviour, detecting unhealthy or unsafe communication on its platform that violates privacy and manipulates authenticity to fool masses. It has tried to advance its detection ability and has banned accounts that chose not to abide by its policies. But the bigger question is how helpful has it been

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