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Post Yadav’s exit, Housing.com’s website is hacked

Within
a week of reporting that
CEO
Rahul Yadav is no longer associated with online realty startup Housing.com, the
company’s
website has been hacked. As of now, no one has claimed responsibility
for the hack.

The Housing.com home page, which has been defaced,
is showing the following message:

Within
a week of reporting that
CEO
Rahul Yadav is no longer associated with online realty startup Housing.com, the
company’s
website has been hacked. As of now, no one has claimed responsibility
for the hack.

The Housing.com home page, which has been defaced,
is showing the following message:

According to a Times of India report, the phrase
‘Chief Architect’ may refer to Yadav, and the message could be seen as a call
for his reinstatement as the chief executive.

Yadav,
who was let go due to several tiffs with investors as well as the media, wrote
on his Facebook profile that he is not involved with the hack.

An
IIT-Bombay dropout, Yadav has had a tumultuous relationship with the investors,
whom he once called “intellectually capable enough to have any sensible
discussion anymore”
 in his first resignation letter, which he later took back
and remained
with the company after he apologized to them
. Soon thereafter, he gave away his shares worth Rs 200 crore to Housing.com employees.

He even went out of his way to bait CEOs of Ola Cabs and Zomato, who only rebuffed him. The Housing.com co-founder even tried to poke fun at Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka through
a Facebook post.

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