The Kerala cyber warriors has hacked the website of Delhi State Health Mission. The Kerala Cyber Warriors hacked the website as a protest against the carelessness of state government towards Covid-19 patients.
The hackers revealed that they had hacked site for ten minutes. They had uncovered Covid’s patient name, address, phone number, Covid 19 test result, quarantine surveillance data, airport data, passport details and hospital data.
Kerala cyber warriors blamed the lapses on the part of Delhi government for making it very easy to access sensitive information on unsafe servers. “A hacker can easily edit, manipulate, and manipulate data. Other cyber warriors can access our information,” said Kerala Cyber ??Warriors. Kerala cyber warriors said they had tried to report the hacked information.
Explanation of Kerala Cyber ??Warriors:
We are not satisfied with the Delhi government’s approach towards the healthcare personnel (Know more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUtkv5Z-IxQ) Thus, to show our protest, we were on an errand to obliterate “Delhi State Health Mission” (dshm.delhi.gov.in) website.
Gaining access to their server took us lesser than 10 minutes. We were appalled to witness sensitive-data stored in these servers without any security. The accessed data contains COVID-19 patients name, address, phone number, COVID-19 test result, quarantine surveillance data, airport data, passport details, hospital data, etc. The government needs to be very careful and take every possible security measures to protect the personal information of citizens.
This is the server that is used by the Delhi government to investigate, report, and track the COVID-19 situation in Delhi. A hacker can edit, manipulate as well as misuse these data to make profits. The consequences can be the downfall of the entire Indian security. For instance, Manipulating these data will cause miscalculations, and inaccuracy in tracking COVID-19.
Nowadays, we are getting requests from our beloved followers asking to cyber- attack the Chinese servers. In prior to that, You all should understand the lack of security in our Indian government servers, we need to be aware of how our personal data are stored, protected, and handled. Hackers planted multiple backdoors in this server which some of it we have found and removed. We tried to report it to the officials about the vulnerability but, as of now, we still not received a response. Hence, we have decided to post about this.
Even at this time, those datas are not in a safe place.