Airborne Indian pilots forced by Pakistani hackers to listen 'Dil Dil Pakistan'

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Airborne Indian pilots forced by Pakistani hackers to listen ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’

Airborne Indian pilots forced by Pakistani hackers to listen ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’.  Hackers strike into the frequency that’s usually reserved for communication between the Indian fighter jets and the Air Traffic Control.

According to the report of ‘Time of India, ’Indian pilots landing jets at airports forced by Pakistani hackers to listen Pakistani anthem “Dil Dil Pakistan”.

INDIA CONSIDERING TO RESTRICTS AIR SPACE FOR PAKISTANI FLIGHTS and here is some of anonymous pakistani hackers just have done a fantastic job. Hackers from across the border often tap into the frequency on which Indian pilots are in touch with Jammu air traffic control.

As the pilots reach for landing, the hackers hit into the frequency that’s generally reserved for communication between the Indian fighter jets and the Air Traffic Control on India. As a result? Communication will block and patriotic Pakistani music being played in the cockpit.The Actual consequences between Pakistan and India are different with such cenerio we have seen many attacks from Pakistani hackers on India Big website like Indian music stream site gaana hacked by a Pakistani and others but in this case this is different.

To solve this problem, pilots get in touch with the Northern Control in Udhampur, which is Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, who call the Jammu tower via a landline and ask for another frequency.

According to reports, hacking of frequencies is the reason behind Jammu ATC’s default frequency being changed so frequently.

One Indian pilot said, “We are made to hear songs like ‘Dil, dil Pakistan, jaan jaan Pakistan. This is a big annoyance as we are in finishing stage of landing.”

VIA : TIMES OF INDIA 

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Airborne Indian pilots forced by Pakistani hackers to listen 'Dil Dil Pakistan'

Airborne Indian pilots forced by Pakistani hackers to listen ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’