Officials from the Delhi Police said on Wednesday that they had busted an online examination hacking/solving module and arrested six people. Raj Teotia, one of the accused, was wanted by the CBI and had a reward of Rs one lakh on his arrest from Haryana, according to police. The Delhi Police Special Cell’s Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) unit busted a fake online exam solving module and arrested six people. Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) scores of 780 out of 800 were obtained through this syndicate, according to DCP (IFSO), KPS Malhotra.
The syndicate also used Russian hackers to gain access to various examination portals, according to the police.
The examination was accessed through remote access in the module, and the access software was not detected by the security system. Teotia was in contact with Russian hackers, according to Malhotra, who also visited Russia in 2018. During the lockdown, the Russian hackers stayed at his house, he said. “The syndicate devised a method for remotely accessing an online examination system created by a reputable IT firm. They conspired with lab owners, installed the tool via LAN, and then used remote access to access the systems. They also set up a number of online testing labs for this purpose “According to the DCP