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Source: CXOtoday Staff - Posted by Joe Shakespeare   
Security The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has compiled a report that speaks on how with the global rise in cyber terrorism activity, Indian websites too have come under fire by attackers, some of them being opportunists while others targeting specific sites and domains.

The report covers defaced Indian websites only .in ccTLD (Indian country code top level domain). The range of the data obtained for analysis dates from 1998 to 20 September 2004.

The total .in ccTLD registered domains is 6430 of which a majority comprises of domains. A total of 667 defacement records have been found under the .in ccTLD. The domain had 242 defacements which is more than 36% of the total defacements.

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