Reports: Indian National Bank Breached by Pakistani Hacker

Reports: Indian National Bank Breached by Pakistani Hacker : In the modern era of Digital Techonology, the online portals are not safe around the world. The hackers are continuously breaching online portals with great ease around the world.

With inputs from cyber security experts, Mail Today reported that In a recent case, on 2nd August 2016 a pro-Pakistani hacker Afzal Faizal breached a data programme which is used by an Indian national bank.


The report stated that earlier Faizal had breached over thousand Indian websites. Now he has claimed to have hacked an E-payment gateway of an Indian national bank. However, The security officials claim no data leaks or financial loss.

A senior cyber security officer said in a statement to Mail Today that Faizal and other members of Pro-Pakistani hacking community have carried out some serious attacks on Indian websites recently. They have hacked several government websites in southerns and north-eastern states of India. They have also made a breakthrough in web security system of many educational institutions and national banks.

According to the report, the hackers had managed to hack more than a thousand websites including the Indian embassies in Pretoria, Sao Poal, Mexico City, Turkey, Greece, Romania and Tajikistan.

On the breached websites, the hackers posted that Hey Indian Government, Don’t Mess with Us.

The experts of cyber security have said that such hackers are being tracked and monitored online daily. The experts of cyber security also believe that Faizal was recently tracked in Dubai. The hacker, Faizal is potentially routing his attacks from South-Asian countries, including Indonesia.