Three teenage hackers, including an 18-year-old English man calling himself JF, claimed last week to have broken into computer systems at India's Bhadha Atomic Research Centre as a protest against the country's nuclear weapons tests. The hackers claim to have obtained thousands of Emails and documents containing scientific discussions and analysis of the detonations.
The group approached Wired Magazine with the details. The trio also attacked the Centre's Web site at www.barc.ernet.in, which was taken offline. The group, known as Milw0rm (sic), says it will now concentrate its efforts on Pakistani systems in further protests against the threat of nuclear war.
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