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Bharatiya Government fended Pakistani and Chinese hackers targeting Ram Mandir website and others during Pran Pratishtha

“Indian Government fended Pakistani and Chinese hackers targeting Ram Mandir website and others during Pran Pratishtha”, Organiser, March 7, 2024:

“The construction of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya has been one of the most monumental events for all Indians. It fulfils a long-lasting dream for millions of Hindus across the world.

However, recent reports have aired about an attempted hack on the website of Ram Mandir. The hack attempt was made during the Pran Pratishtha ceremony and has raised concerns about the cybersecurity challenges that are being faced by significant e-platforms in India.

Today, we dig deep into the details surrounding the attempted cyber attack, inspecting its implications, the response of the Indian government, and some broader issues related to cybersecurity in the context of religious, cultural sites…..”

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