Website of Maharaja Agrasen College - affiliated to Delhi University - got hacked by unknown hackers on Friday who posted a warning 'stop killing Muslims' and 'Pakistan Zindabad' slogan, although it appeared for a brief period, media reports say. According to officials of the college, the website got hacked at around 10:30 am and was restored at 1 pm. The hacker, identified as Blackscorpian ProBro's, advocated for rights of Kashmiri people.
"Did you know why you got hacked? Stop killing Muslims. Give free rights to Kashmiris. Your credit cards, your bank accounts aren't secure. Ready to face us. "PS: We dumped the whole database and server too. Soon we will publish it. Pakistan Zindabad," read the message posted on the college's website.
Later, a complaint was filed with the Cyber Cell of the Delhi Police and the incident is being investigated. "We received a complaint in morning. We are investigating the matter now," Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) Pankaj Kumar Singh said.
This is not an isolated incident of hacking as Twitter handle of Delhi Traffic Police was also hacked in the month of July. It was hacked for a brief period and was restored after password was changed. Cyber Cell of Delhi Police is looking the matter.