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Cyber crime police registered a case for investigating Sisu Bhaban website hacking

Monday, 02 January 2017 | ONTB|Cuttack

The cyber crime police station here has registered a case and started investigating into the allegation of hacking of the website of the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Post Graduate Institute of Paediatrics (SVPPGIP), popularly called Sishu Bhawan.
According to a Press Note issued by the Crime Branch here, the case was registered on Saturday under Sections 465 and 469 IPC and Section 66 of the Information and Technology (IT) Act and an inspector-rank officer has been entrusted with the investigation.
Police would now approach the hosting server for registrant details and analyse the log to trace out the IP address of the computer system used for commission of the offence. The case was registered on a complaint of Sishu Bhawan Superintendent SK Satpathy.
Satpathy said following media reports on Friday, he came to know that their website www.svppgip.org has been hacked since Thursday night. Claiming himself as ‘Dark Hacker’, the hacker posted lewd comments and uploaded a Bangladesh flag on the website while all data in the website were removed. Satpathy, however, said the removal of data from the website has not affected the functioning of the paediatrics hospital by any means

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