SSC Paper Leak Shocking Update, Charged Rs. 5 Lac Per Person | Here’s How Online Exam Hackers Operated

SSC exam leak case seems to have an unending saga with fresh updates revealing four arrests made regarding online exam hacking. Check details here.

SSC exam leak case takes an ugly turn with more updates coming forth as investigation results unfold. Delhi Police in a joint operation with Special Task Force of UP arrested four people in connection with SSC paper leak case. As per the reports, these miscreants were a part of an active gang of online hackers.

In a shocking update, they charged Rs. 3 lac to 5 lac per person to help the candidates cheat in various SSC online recruitment exams. Read on to know details about the investigation and recent developments in SSC paper leak controversy herein.

SSC Paper Leak Shocking Update Out | Four Online Hackers Arrested, Know More

An active gang of four online hackers were involved in SSC exam leak case. Two of the arrested persons belonged to Haryana while others from Delhi and UP. Police busted the gang and seized approximately Rs. 50 lac cash from their possession. Police officials also seized other things including 10 cellular phones, a laptop, hard disk, three cars and a few pen drives from them.

According to reports, this gang was operation from past seven years in entire Northern region. They helped many candidates crack SSC online recruitment exams through unethical means. They charged upto Rs. 15 lac depending upon the type of SSC exam a candidate appeared for. They were arrested from a house in Gandhi Nagar area in Delhi.

SSC Paper Leak Case | Here’s How Gang of Online Hackers Operated¬†

The youth operated by misusing technology using softwares to help students cheat. They used to hire SSC exam solvers who used to solve answers of question papers of recruitment exam. Using screen-sharing softwares like Team Viewer, the miscreants used to operate the computer of candidates.

Exam solvers used to solve the questions and help them cheat in the exam. The youth have been identified as Ajay, Param, Guarav and Sonu, who were all residing in the Timarpur area, New Delhi.

More than 100 exam solvers were appointed by the gang to operate. These four youth have now been arrested for hacking the SSC online exam system and proceedings are underway. The police officials are on a hunt for more such miscreants as the issue is wide spread and deep rooted.

Source : TOI

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