PM Modi’s personal Data of website leaked, security of 5 lakh people reached danger, such incident happened for the second time in two months
The data theft incident has been carried out from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal website (narendramodi.in). This is the second such incident in the last two months. Earlier in the month of September, PM Modi’s personal website and Twitter account were hacked. This time the data of about 5 lakh people has been stolen from PM Modi’s personal website and they have been made available for sale on the dark web. Important information of 5,70,000 people has been stolen through stolen data from hackers. This includes many types of information such as people’s names, mobile numbers, websites.
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According to the report of cyber security firm Cyble, the data stolen can lead to criminal incidents. According to the report, this data can be used to send phishing emails, spam text messages. Explain that out of the 5.70 lakh people whose data has been leaked, more than 2.92 lakh donors are present who have donated for the campaign like Swachh Bharat, Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao besides Kovid-19. According to the report of cyber security firm Cyble, every detail of which donating users paid from which mode, from which bank, is present, which can prove to be very dangerous in terms of security.
To check the occurrence of data leaks, users have to visit Cyble’s Instagram page, where details of people who have leaked data are present. Also, a link to the Cbyle website has been given, on which the information about the data leak can be obtained by clicking.