London (Monitoring Desk) London-based “Bureau of Investigative Journalism” and the British newspaper “Sunday Times” have revealed that a gang of Indian hackers on the orders of India’s secret agencies have accessed the emails of Pakistani politicians, military officers and diplomats. Hacked and recorded their conversations through secret devices. Journalists of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism in India and the Sunday Times conducted an undercover investigation, as a result of which the above disclosure has come to light.
The leaked documents revealed that British private investigators were also spying on dozens of high-profile figures through this hacking gang. The former military dictator of Pakistan, General Pervez Musharraf, was the biggest target in this espionage. On January 10 of this year, the email account of the then Information Minister, Fawad Chaudhry, was also hacked.
The hacker also took a screenshot of Fawad Chaudhry’s email inbox which was seen by journalists from the Sunday Times and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism. According to the report, apart from senior generals of Pakistan, this Indian hacking gang also targeted Pakistani embassies in Beijing, Shanghai and Nepal’s capital Kathmandu.
This hacking gang working under White International operates on the fourth floor of a building in Gurugram, a suburb of the Indian capital, New Delhi. The mastermind of this gang is cyber security pundit 31-year-old Aditya Jain. According to the report, Aditya Jain admitted that he has hacked private conversations etc. of many people in the past. Aditya Jain has been doing hacking for the past 7 years