Rahul Gandhi’s websites hacked

June 11, 2011 16:15
Rahul Gandhi’s websites hacked

Rahul Gandhi’s websites hacked Hackers broke into the servers of congress party general secretary Rahul Gandhi’s websiteswww.amethi.net and www.raebareli.net by stealing their server pass words and made them inaccessible and tweak to redirect visitors to an engineering college website.

The servers of these two websites, meant for interaction with the voters of the two constituencies Amethi and Raebareli are maintained from Rahul Gandhi’s bungalow by his team of technical experts.

Based on a complaint by Rahul Gandhi’s aides, the special cell of Delhi Police have registered a case under section 66 of the Information Technology Act and started investigations.

The hackers also hacked the email IDs created for password recovery and the login and the password system for the emails were found not working. After the passwords were reset, the experts found several suspicious emails reportedly sent by the domain management console godaddy.com (of amethi.net) to an unknown person on his request regarding password recovery.

The unknown hackers have cracked all domain management console passwords using password recovery email account This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and have made changes in DNS zone files so that it got redirected into some other websites.

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