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UPSC website hacked: Doraemon image displayed on home page

The Union Public Service Commission’s official website seemed to have come under attack by hackers, late on Monday night. The website was, however, restored within a few hours. UPSC, India’s premium recruitment agency for various central government jobs, website displayed a picture of a popular character Doraemon. The message, “Doraemon Pick up the call,” was scribbled across the image and the tune of the anime’s Hindi rendition was played when one visited the website. “I M STEWPEED,” a line under the picture of Doraemon read. The commission’s site reportedly remained down for a few hours after the attack, before it could be restored to its original state. Several screenshots of the website were kept on social media that went viral. Some people tagged the Prime Minister’s Office and Digital India to raise a complaint. This was not the first time that a government website was targetted by hackers. The Supreme Court of India’s website was hacked earlier in the month of April this year. There was no information available as to who hacked into the UPSC’s website.

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