After hacking Pakistan's official websites as a reply to Pak hackers' 27 September attack on the Kerala government's online portal -- www.kerala.gov.in, online hackers "Mallu Cyber Soldiers" is in the news again.
Recently, there were many reports on online prostitution by Kerala-based sex rackets, who target school children and young girls. In retaliation to such crimes, the group of hackers have now targeted the web portals of such sex rackets.
They have successfully hacked two websites -- callgirlsfinder.in and russian-models.in -- related to online prostitution and is on a mission to crash similar websites in the coming days.
However, even if a website is hacked, the admin can restore it after a point of time, therefore "Mallu Cyber Soldiers" request the government to take proper decision over this issue to swipe them off completely.
"We are also seriously looking into this issue as it has become a serious threat to our society. Even school kids are trapped in this gang. Team MCS is ready to do whatever we can from our side..but that cant sort out this issue..Government has to take an ultimate decision over this online prostitution. Hope the cyberdome which has been launched newly by our cyber cell can take down such sites and take strong action against those who were behind this," Ind_C0d3r, a team member of "Mallu cyber soldiers", told IBTimes India.
Sex rackets based in Kerala started online prostitution.
Based on news reports, under-aged school children's got targeted and tortured by these sex rackets.
Such websites will be targeted by Mallu Cyber Soldiers in coming days.
Today we successfully crashed 2 websites that is related to online prostitution.
The online hackers made headlines for the first time after Pak hackers crashed the official blog of Malayalam superstar Mohanlal in October 2014. They also posted some Free Kashmir slogans and even warned Indian Army on their activities in Kashmir.
Recently, they hogged the limelight after crashing Pakistan's websites -- pakistan.gov.pk, president.gov.pk and cabinet.gov.pk. -- and warned them to "stay away from Indian cyber space".