Rajasthan News

RPSC website hacked, Pakistan Zindabad message flashes

by RajasthanDirect
May 05, 2013

The official website of Rajasthan Public Service Commission was found to be hacked on Saturday with the message ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ flashing on its news segment.

The website was, however, restored within hours after the officials of the commission received information about the hacking this morning.

“One of our two websites was hacked this morning and the message ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ was being flashed on its news segment. The website was shortly freed from hacking by admin team,” the RPSC Secretary K K Pathak said.

RPSC, whose office is located at Ajmer, has two websites.

One for online application for candidates and the other is used for providing information, notification, news etc.

An FIR in this connection has been lodged at a local police station in Ajmer, Pathak said.

RPSC is the commission of the Rajasthan government for organising recruitment exams and procedures for recruiting employees for various state departments.

src: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/rpsc-website-hacked-restored-within-hours-india-today/1/269336.html

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