A hacker team "invaded" the online test for the selection of IAF employees who were not ranked in Rohtak.
While on Saturday, Rohtak police arrested two people as alleged hackers.
According to Jagbir Singh, the SHO of the Rohtak Police Station, the examination took place from 13 to September 16, while there are five computers that have been compromised.
The test was conducted by an organization commissioned by the Center for Advanced Computer Development, Singh said. The test center's fiber cable was placed on the first floor of an adjacent private hospital, he said.
Fraudsters were able to create remote access to the computers used in the test by creating a parallel network. OR team helped the candidates by giving them the answers to the questions, even if they just sat in front of their computers.
"Two men who have been recognized as the brains of all history and" run "the contest are looking for," said Singh. "This is JS Dahiya, a retired adviser to Jhajjar ITI, and his partner, Sanjay Ahlwat, who manages a training center for competitive examinations."