09 Jul 2010
Hacking Attempt on SFP WebsiteSFP News
Shaheed Foundation Pakistanís website was attempted for hacking on evening of 29th June, resulting all the data and admin structure were destroyed and website blocked. But with in few hours website was reactivated by Shaheed Foundationís Web team and web saved by being hacked. Although the sad thing was that its data which was maintained in several years vanished, including the details of terrorism against millat-e-Jaffaria Pakistan and Pakistani security forces, terrorism occurred during religious gathering in which thousands of Shia Sunni Muslims martyred by Wahabi terrorists, target killings of shuhda-e-millat-e-jaffaria, pictures and details and progress of SFP.
The attack on Shaheed Foundation Pakistanís website was done from Islamabad (Pakistan) and Saudi Arabia. Most of the lost data is recovered and further more is in process that will be obtained soon. Now the current web is secured and our team is working on new web structure because the old setup is destroyed. Thatís why we are sorry with our visitors for inconvenience.
According to TV and News papers reports on July 8, 2010. The Cyber Crime Circle of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) have arrested a notorious hackers group known as Pakbugs. It was involved in hacking more than 130 Pakistani governmental, non-governmental and other websites. `They were also involved in credit card jacking and usage of stolen credit cards. These hackers have network in different cities, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Peshawar and Lahore, their chief Jawaad Ehsan alias Humza is working from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. We are also very close to identify those ids who did this crime.