New Delhi: Investigating agencies are adopting a very strict approach in the server hack case at AIIMS Hospital in Delhi. Since many high profile people also get treatment in AIIMS, what information the criminals wanted to get by hacking such servers is being investigated. At the same time, the work done online was affected on the second day as well.
FIR under Section 385 IPC, Sec 66/66F IT Act has been registered by IFSO, Special Cell, Delhi Police: DCP, IFSO on the AIIMS Delhi server hack case
— ANI (@ANI) November 24, 2022
According to the information, the Delhi Police has registered a case under section 385 of the IPC in the matter. This section includes threatening a person to commit extortion, etc. The punishment under this section is imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine, or with both. At the same time, section 66 of IT has also been imposed along with it. This includes computer crime. The punishment can be up to three years and fine up to five lakh rupees or both.
Let us tell you that the server of AIIMS was hacked on Wednesday morning. The AIIMS administration had lodged a complaint about this. According to cyber experts, by hacking the server of an organization, hackers can tamper with its data and records. Significantly, on the coming days in AIIMS, one or the other major disease and health related research is being done. In such a situation, there is a danger of data theft and tampering in it. The cyber team is probing the matter. The AIIMS administration is taking the help of experts in this matter. Let us tell you that the day-to-day functioning of AIIMS is getting affected due to server hack.