There are reports pouring in that the Supreme Court’s website had been hacked moments after the verdict for the Judge Loya case was passed.
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology confirmed that the Supreme Court’s website had been hacked. T should be noted that the National Informatics Centre (NIC) does not maintain the Supreme Court’s system.
According to a Ministry spokesperson, Cert-IN, the Ministry’s emergency response team has advised the Supreme Court on steps to be taken to restore the website and will also analyze the details of the incident.
According to another source, a Brazil team is suspected to be behind the attack. This comes just days after the Ministry of Defence website was hacked.