BCCI's website hacked, defaced: Reports

Updated: 27 January 2014 14:45 IST

Unconfirmed reports reveal the 'About Us' page on the site had an image of Bangladesh national team with a message in red: Don'T MesS UP WitH TiGeRs !

BCCI's website hacked, defaced: Reports

New Delhi:

The official website of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) - bcci.tv - has reportedly been defaced by a hacker called Ashik Iqbal Chy on Monday. The homepage of the Indian cricket Board website was 'under maintenance' for most parts of the morning before coming back on around 1430 hrs (IST).

Unconfirmed reports say that the website of the world's richest cricket Board was hacked into. The 'About Us' page on the site had an image of Bangladesh national team with a message in red: Don'T MesS UP WitH TiGeRs !

The BCCI website - apart from the message announcing maintenance on the homepage - has been shut down completely with no active links on the page.

An official response/confirmation on the development is awaited.

Topics : Cricket
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