Kashmir is a region right in between India, Pakistan, and China. For the last 70 years Pakistan and India have fought over this region of the world, both wanting to take control of it. Tensions sometimes heat up which can result in people being killed. When tensions get high in the real world, some people take to the internet and hack their rivals as a form of protest. In this episode we’ll explore some of the hacking that goes on between India and Pakistan.
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- Video: 1947 war over Kashmir
- Video: Indian hackers hacked Pakistani websites
- Video: Indian hackers in the news
- Video: India bombs Pakistan
- Video: Imran Khan addresses UN about Kashmir
- PDF: The history of hacking between Pakistan and India
Darknet Diaries is created by Jack Rhysider.
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