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Cyber criminals thrive in India’s IT capital

Cyber criminals seem to be thriving in India’s IT capital; in the last four months alone, Bengalureans lost Rs 32 crore to various online scams. A 39-year-old woman was the biggest victim—a fraudulent suitor who befriended her through a matrimonial website made away with Rs 33 lakh.

The cybercrime police station of the Bengaluru city police has recorded a staggering 3,180 cases in four months since mid-January.

Last year, Sumathi (name changed) from Jayanagar had registered with a well-known marriage portal to find a match. Little did she know that the prince charming who approached her as a UK-based Indian doctor expressing interest to settle down with her in Bengaluru was an online imposter. He got her into parting her hard-earned money through numerous online transfers.

“She was lured by an exciting gift packet the man claimed to have sent from the UK. Then came the false excuse of Indian customs officials seizing the gift for duty. She fell for it and transferred lakhs of rupees, trusting the man who trapped her with sweet words and promise of marriage in a brief period,” said an officer.

Rise in matrimonial fraud

Sumathi is one among the many victims of online imposters who’ve siphoned off Rs 32 crore since February through various techniques—credit card skimming, vishing, phishing, e-wallet scam, online car sales con, Facebook fraud, airline ticketing trickery and an array of other Nigerian scams. Matrimonial frauds topped the charts in the four months with hundreds of women being targeted by crooks, mainly through paid portals and Facebook messenger.

“Every day, we register close to 40 FIRs regarding bank frauds, including phishing, vishing and illegal money withdrawal from accounts through ATMs. People still fall prey to lottery fraud, the oldest trick in the trade,” said an officer. He said the cybercrime wing register nearly 1,000 FIRs a month.

Indian Cyb3r Devils Targeted UK: Hacked and defaced more than 50 sites

Indian hacker group known as "Indian cyber Devils" has hacked and defaced around 50 United Kingdom sites.

At the time of writing, we are still able to the defacement page. A simple defacement with some background music. Hacker didn't left any special message in this defacement message.

However according to the available sources they defaced uk site due old memories of freedom and all, hacker said.



List of defaced sites:
northbankspares.co.uk
airporttransferswarrington.net
airconditioningreports.co.uk
centrallancashire.com
waterandoil.co.uk
absolute-right.com
airconreports.co.uk
absoluteright.com
astleyfitness.co.uk
bebe2.co.uk
centrallancscity.org.uk
chorleyceramics.co.uk
epcpreston.biz
estateagentmanchester.org.uk
highcliffe-resthome.co.uk
newshamwariproject.co.uk
theworst.co.uk
tobebeautiful.co.uk
sharrocks.com
polybarrow.com
openhouseestateagents.co.uk
hrate.co.uk
greenpea.biz
estateagentleicester.org.uk
employ-claims.co.uk
choicelocations.info
bebe1.info
john-shaw.info
makeupbymus.com
bebe1.info
facecrewuk.co.uk
lancashirecricket.org
energy-assessor.biz

China Government portal hacked and defaced by Indian Cyb3r Devils


Indian hacker group known as "Indian cyber Devils" has breached the Chinese Ningxia Yongning County Government portal and defaced the main website(chinayn.gov.cn).

At the time of writing, we are still able to the defacement page. A simple defacement with some background music. Hacker didn't left any special message in this defacement message.

Recently, hackers also claimed to have hacked into the College of Software , Suzhou website(cose-sz.seu.edu.cn) and defaced .  It seems like the admin took the site offline after the security breach.

Recently, the Indian cyb3r devils launched cyber war against the China government websites and defaced one of the Bank service website . 

China Bank Network Website Defaced By Indian Cyb3r D3V!LS


Indian Hacker group named "Indian Cyb3r D3V!LS" has hacked into the China Bank website and defaced the main page of the website(www.bbyinhang.com).

The Bibi bank network independent website, co-founded by a number of financial professionals committed to universal access to financial expertise to help the general public understand the products and services provided by banks, to cultivate rational, smart and confident consumers of financial.

The hacker claimed to have breached the site by exploiting the Remote File Inclusion (RFI) vulnerability.

Hackers claimed to have compromised around 1000 credit card numbers but they are not going to release/misuse the details.

""Chinese Hacker defacing Many Indian government and colleges along with Pakistan hackers.  Don't mess with us we are greater than you.. no respect for your f** security.. " Hacker said.