Pakistani Hackers Hacked Indian Airplanes System, Indian Pilots listening to ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’
While Indian Government seems busy in its failed attempt of staging so-called surgical strike, misleading and brainwashing their own nation against Pakistan, Pakistani technology experts are trying their utmost to infuriate pilots of Indian planes as they land into the runways close to the Line of Control (LoC) in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
The technology enthusiast pirates block Indian communication systems between the pilots and the control tower by breaching the network protocols of Indian airports. And Just before a safe landing, they start playing Pakistan’s patriotic songs like ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’ for Indian pilots, heard in the cockpit, Times of India stated.
A senior Indian pilot told the news agency who take flights from Thoise Air Force base to Jammu Kashmir on a regular basis, that Pakistani hackers are doing it so as they match the frequency of the communication between the control tower and the flight.
They have adopted an alternative communication process to avoid irritant songs. They revert the information to the Northern Control in Udhampur and the northern control rings up the Jammu control tower via landline asking for an alternate frequency.
That’s the only probable solution they’ve found to avoid this irritant act of playing Pakistani patriotic songs in their cockpit by Pakistani hackers.
It creates a real time panic as we’re in the final stages of landing, Pilot mentioned.