Supreme Court website hacked, steps taken to restore it

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NEW DELHI, APR 19,
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology confirmed on Thursday that the Supreme Court’s website had been hacked.
The National Informatics Centre (NIC) does not maintain the Supreme Court’s system.
Cert-IN, the Ministry’s emergency response team, had advised the Supreme Court on the steps to be taken to restore the website and would analyse the details of the incident, said a Ministry spokesperson.
There were reports that the Supreme Court’s website had been hacked moments after the verdict in the judge Loya’s death case was delivered.

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