How far can you go to wish someone a happy birthday? well, clearly not as far as this person. On Tuesday midnight, someone hacked the official website of Jamia Millia Islamia university of Delhi. Why, you ask? To wish happy birthday to a girl named Pooja.

Happy Birthday Pooja Jamia Millia Islamia website hacked
Screenshot of Happy Birthday Pooja text displaying on the homepage of Jamia’s website

The website is displaying the text “Happy birthday Pooja” over a black background. There’s another sliding text on the bottom that displays “Team: Your Love.” What say now, Mitron?

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Who says real love is dead in this generation? it’s clearly either a prank or someone’s grand Ted Mosby like gesture of love for their girlfriend or crush. If you’re reading this Pooja, pls don’t let him go.


People on Twitter are totally impressed by this hacker’s game. They can’t help but laugh and applaud this hacker’s creative way of wishing happy birthday to their crush/girlfriend in college. Here’s how they are joking about it:


1. True Legend.


2. Dude nailed it.



3. Perfect birthday gift doesn’t ex-


4. If this isn’t relationship goals, I don’t know what is.



No hacker group has claimed the responsibility for this hack either, and It’s been over 4 hours since they hacked the website, but there’s still no response from the officials/IT experts at Jamia university. As the page named suggests, “Pawned.” Clearly, PM Modi’s digital India campaign is finally working, isn’t it?

Besides, cyber security is becoming a serious concern in India. Just last month, a Brazilian hacking group went after the official website of Indian supreme court. They hacked it and wrote, “hackeado por HighTech Brazil HackTeam” on the homepage. Home defense’s website was also hacked earlier this year by a group of hackers. Cyber security is turning out to be a big concern as of now.

We will update this story as soon as there’s a new development.