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Russian National hacked into JEE Main server to help students to cheat

by Subhechcha Ganguly

The Central Bureau of Investigation seized Russian national Mikhail Shargin after he arrived in Delhi on Monday, and the federal investigation organisation has since taken him into custody for his alleged involvement in anomalies that occurred during the JEE (Mains) Exams 2021. According to sources at the CBI this evening, Mikhail Shargin hacked into the exam software, which was provided by renowned TCS or Tata Consultancy Services.

At the Delhi airport, the Bureau of Immigration apprehended Mikhail, who was travelling from Almaty, Kazakhstan, based on a LoC (Look Out Circular) against him. It should be mentioned that this esteemed test was delivered online under a lockdown brought on by the COVID pandemic. It was discovered throughout the investigation that some foreign nationals had compromised many online accounts.

According to the sources, Shargan used remote connectivity to take control of the exam-takers’ computer terminals by hacking the TCS software, which the JEE was employing as a platform to conduct tests. To put it simply, this means that students will be able to cheat easily by hacking, as teachers or coaches would suddenly have access to their computers and be able to administer tests on their behalf. In one instance, students who paid the private tutoring centre in Uttar Pradesh called “Affinity Education” between $1227 and $1841 had their questions answered on their behalf.



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