“The Chinese carried out the server attack. The test found that it started from China.” This was said a top source in AIIMS Delhi. ” The hackers gained access to five physical servers. Out of a total of 100 servers. 40 physical and 60 virtual. The harm might have been far more awful. Yet is presently contained. The five servers’ data has been successfully retrieved. According to MoHFW, as reported by ANI.
Moreover, the cyberattack on the servers of AIIMS, Delhi is thought to have started from areas in China and Hong Kong. Official sources said on Wednesday. They added that companies in China and Hong Kong. In addition to this, they have been asked for additional information about the attack.
The border before server
Firstly on November 23, AIIMS Delhi first reported a server failure. Due to the alleged breach of cyber security. Although two of the analysts assigned to monitor the servers’ securities. They have also been suspended.
However the e-Hospital data have been restored. The AIIMS authorities said in a statement. The servers have been restored with the eHospital data. Before the services can be restored. Hence the network is being sanitized. Therefore the volume of data. And the large number of servers and computers. It is used for hospital services. That are causing the process to take some time. “Cyber security measures are being implemented,” they said.
The statement had said that “all hospital services, including outpatient, in-patient, laboratories, etc. Continue to run on manual mode.”
Recently, a unique cell of Delhi Police sent off an examination. Concerning the assault on the PC framework at AIIMS Delhi.
Moreover, Official sources say that a team from the Central Forensic Lab (CFSL) has been sent to look at the infected AIIMS Delhi server. They find where the malware attack came from.
China was the source of the attack on the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi’s computer system. According to government sources today, who confirmed that the information pertaining to lakhs of patients at the premier hospital. That was after been recovered.
“The Chinese carried out the server attack. “A top source told NDTV that the investigation found that it came from China.”
“The hackers gained access to five physical servers out of a total of 100 servers. 40 physical and 60 virtual. The harm might have been far more awful. Yet is presently contained. A source added, “Data from the five servers has been successfully retrieved.”
The first glitch in the system occurred on November 23. And two days later, the Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) unit of the Delhi Police filed a report of extortion and cyber terrorism. However, police have denied reports. Reports that hackers demanded a cryptocurrency ransom. Pay of Rs 200 crore. This was in order to restore the system.
The main threat is the theft of patient data. AIIMS treats approximately 38 lakh patients annually. Including high-ranking politicians, bureaucrats, and judges. In addition to IT emergency teams. The top intelligence and anti-terror agencies investigated the case. While all 5,000 servers and computers were scanned.
Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor called for a thorough investigation. And preventative measures when the issue came up. That was in Parliament two days ago. The Thiruvananthapuram MP said in the Lok Sabha “the origin, intent, and extent of the attack remain unclear.”
Concern of Mr. Tharoor
Mr. Tharoor emphasized that the possibility of this being a “hostile cross-border attack”. And It’s a serious concern.
According to the news agency PTI, he said, “It also reflects the weak data protection safeguards in our country. Especially by government institutions.”
However he said that the government for “doing away with” a special category of sensitive personal data. Including health data, that required stringent safeguards. In accordance with the 2019 draft. That was citing the proposed law on personal data protection.