Post Pulwama terror attack, the official website of Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs as well as the Army and few others were reportedly hacked on Saturday night.
This was confirmed by Mohammad Faisal, the foreign ministry spokesperson.
He said that they have received complaints about the website being inaccessible by users from several countries.
Faisal went on to add that the website was functioning without any problem in the country.
Meanwhile, as per local news reports, the cyber-attack allegedly originated from India.
However, users from Australia, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and the Netherlands reported facing difficulty in accessing the site, reported some of the news agencies.
While the website of Pakistan MFA is not up yet, the Army website is showing Error 1009 and reads: “The owner of this website (www.pakistanarmy.gov.pk) has banned the country or region your IP address is in (IN) from accessing this website.”