Two Arrested for Hacking Into IAF Group X&Y Online Exam

     
        

Air force group X&Y examination held by Indian Air Force has witnessed massive rigging in the entrance examination on 14th September.  

Two people were arrested for allegedly hacking into the Indian Air Force (IAF)’s online exam to recruit non-commissioned officers in Rohtak, police said Saturday.

The accused persons managed to get remote access to computers used in the examination by setting up a parallel system at a private hospital adjacent to the exam centre on Hisar-Rohtak road, according to Jagbir Singh, the SHO of Rohtak city police station. The fraudsters were answering the questions with the help of experts while the candidates were siting idle. 


According to the news published in Indian Express, Two people, including the invigilator of the outsourced agency, were arrested identified as Jatinder Siwach and Sahil. The accused persons used to charge Rs 3.50 to Rs 6 lakh from the aspirants. According to the police, a few other people were also involved in the incident.

Among those who are absconding are J S Dahiya, a retired principal of ITI Jhajjar, his partner Sanjay Ahlawat, who runs a competitive exams coaching centre, Hardik, Sombir and Aditya, who runs a computer company in Gurgaon, Singh said. 

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