As of press time, the website displays a picture of a skull with the words HACKED in red.
“It could be a genuine hack or maybe not. But someone would have to make a digital forensic check to see how it was hacked as it would be hard to tell who is behind it and why otherwise,” he says.
He notes that it’s also unusual that the website address or URL ends with “.us” and not “.edu” like most websites belonging to educational institutions. The .edu domain lends an educational institution credence as it’s not as easy to obtain as the domain registrar would verify and filter out dubious applicants.
Full article from TheStar
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