September 24, 2021
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first_imgThe All India Football Federation (AIFF) was hacked by a group that calls itsef “Zero Cool”. According to reports, the hacking came into light during a Federation Cup match between Aizawl FC and Churchill Brothers on Tuesday evening and AIFF staff were unable to update the website.It is not yet clear who was responsible for the hacking but the language was derogatory towards Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian national who has been accused by Pakistan of spying.Sorry for the inconveniences faced by you due to a technical glitch on . Please stay tuned, we’ll come back shortly.- Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) May 9, 2017However, the The International Court of Justice (ICJ) served a body blow to Pakistan asking it not to carry out Jadhav’s execution.The hack was reported around 9 PM last night and the website was restored by 11 AM.UP AND RUNNING! Our website has been restored, after what we call a ‘reckless sliding tackle’, caused us a slight problem. #BackTheBlue- Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) May 10, 2017last_img