Alleged Indian Hackers Raided an Online Class of USLS in Zoom and Harass a Professor
The University of St. La Salle (USLS) students Zoom online class was raided by alleged Indian hackers and verbally harassed their professor.
According to the Facebook page named The Spectrum- USLS, a Zoom class raid occurred during a Lasallian Spirituality (IRS1) synchronous class meeting on September 14, 2020, when two unauthorized persons joined the conference.
“On September 14, a Zoom class raid occurred during a Lasallian Spirituality (IRS1) synchronous class meeting, where two uninvited individuals disrupted the video conference by verbally harassing an instructor along with his students and writing all over their shared screen.” said on the statement.
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The two hackers were allegedly identified as Indians based on their voice while speaking. When they are being scolded by the professor, they verbally harassed and badmouthed at the professor.
In the comments, students who participated in the Zoom class have shared recorded screens and images of the incident. It shows, that the hackers have drawn inappropriate lines on the shared screen.
Previously, Singapore has suspended the use of video conferencing application called Zoom after a “Zoombombing” incident occurs amid the geography lesson online. Is reported that two hackers have interrupted the online lesson displaying hate message and shouting profanities.
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