IN: Nagaland govt investigating data leak of stranded persons

Medolenuo Ambrocia reports:

Kohima: A major data breach in the government of Nagaland website to help citizens stranded outside the state has led to personal details of these individuals being exposed. Personal information including bank account details, AADHAAR number, phone numbers, address etc have been leaked into the public domain. This is serious as this private data could be used by online fraudsters. Altogether personal data of over 900 people stuck in 21 states has been leaked.

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