New Delhi: Information has been leaked from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s website. The U.S. Cyber Security Agency has revealed that the personal information from the website- www. Narendra Modi has been leaked to five million people and put up for sale on the Dark Web.
The names, e-mail IDs, and mobile numbers are for sale on the Dark Web, according to a report by security experts at Cyble. The Dark Web has the personal identities of 5.74 million users. Of these, 2,92,000 have contributed to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund through this website. The leak also includes information on those who have donated money to central government initiatives and projects such as Swachhbharat.
A month ago, the Twitter account of Modi’s website was hacked. Several tweets appeared after the hack, including asking the public to donate cryptocurrency to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund.
The company claimed that Cyble had warned central agency Cert-In on the 10th of this month, that information from Modi’s private website was available on the Dark Web. Central government sources did not respond to a request for comment.