Two arrested in a case involving server ‘hacking’ of NEET PG

Sunday, April 30, 2017

New Delhi: Delhi Police have arrested two persons — Abhishek Singh, a native of Varanasi, and Atul Vats, a native of Patna — in a case wherein computer servers were allegedly hacked during the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), held in December 2016 to admit students into postgraduate medical courses.

The two arrests were made on April 10 and the men were taken into police custody for 10 days. Raids are being held in Delhi, Bengaluru, Bihar and other places to nab the rest of the accused, which include some doctors, police said.

“Police received information on January 20 that some people cracked the online medical entrance examination, held between December 5 and December 13, after hacking the servers,” police sources told Indian Express.

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