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By K. Srinivas Reddy
Most of the 300-odd defaced websites have been pulled off the servers after cyber graffiti greeted the browsers and the website administrators on Thursday.
The FBH, an acronym for Federal Bureau of Hackers, apparently had targeted a web server hosting the Indian websites and posted a common defacement notice.
The FBH members, Abunasar and Bobbyd1gital (sic), greeted their countrymen on their Independence Day on August 14 and warned Indian hackers not to challenge them. The list of the defaced websites can be seen on www.zone-h.org, a global defacement mirror site.
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