In January this year, we had reported that the IPAB website was down, leaving the latest orders and judgments of the IPAB inaccessible. For the last few days, we have noticed that the website is back online. But it is not exactly good news, as the website seems to be displaying links that allow one to check their Passenger Name Record (PNR) status for trains online rather than orders passed by the tribunal. Click here and see for yourself!
We have heard that this is the outcome of a hacking attempt that has been carried out successfully. And sustained itself for at least a few days! If any of our readers have any more information on this most absurd development, please do share in the comments!
To view our previous coverage of the controversies surrounding the IPAB this year, click here, here, here, here and here.
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3 thoughts on “SpicyIP Tidbit: IPAB Website Malfunctioning!”
The IPAB website has been like that at least for the last 3 months!
It’s been hacked for more than 2 months now.
Hi, This is not a hacking attempt. The domain was recently sold in an GoDaddy auction. IPAB has no control over the domain now.
A case of passing off 😛 that too against IPAB 😛