Universiti Malaya: No data compromised in E-Pay portal hack

Some claimed that more than one UM portal has been hacked, and it’s likely to put their information at risk if they logged in. — Filepic

PETALING JAYA: No data or information was compromised after the Universiti Malaya (UM) E-Pay Cashless Payment and Records portal was hacked, according to the university.

The portal, which was inaccessible since late Thursday night after it was defaced with a message that included hashtags #NoRasis and #UndurVC, is expected to be active again soon.

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