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Server Hacking at AIIMS; Delhi Police sent letter to CBI

New Delhi: Delhi Police sent letter to CBI in Delhi AIIMS server hacking. The letter requested information from Interpol. The effort is to gather details of the IP addresses used by the hackers. On November 23, the information came out that the servers of Delhi AIIMS were hacked. Following this, the operations of AIIMS went out of order for a week.
The Ministry of Health and Delhi Police had confirmed yesterday that Chinese hackers were behind the hacking and that 5 physical servers had been hacked. The initial investigation report states that the hacking was done using Vanneren ransomware.
But as more investigation is needed in the cyber attack, the IFSO wing of the Delhi Police has sought the help of the CBI to gather information. Details of e-mail IDs and IP addresses used by the Chinese hackers for the attack are available.
Delhi Police has written to the nodal agency, CBI, asking them to collect more information from Interpol. 1.3 terabytes of data were hacked.
The Ministry of Health has stated that all the data has been recovered and is safe. Delhi Police has decided to speed up the proceedings in the AIIMS server hacking case due to the ongoing tension between India and China.

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