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After TRAI chief RS Sharma, hacker Elliot Anderson asks PM Modi to share his Aadhaar number in public

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 29 July 2018, 15:07 IST

TRAI chief RS Sharma on Saturday dared to challenge hacker to leak his personal details linked to Aadhaar and tweeted his Aadhaar number on micro-blogging site. As soon as he shared his UIDAI card number, the hackers came up with all his shocking details from his PAN number to his WhatsApp profile picture. Now, after Ram Sevak Sharma, he has now thrown a challenge to Prime Minister Narednra Modi.

The hacker Anderson, who describes himself as a French security researcher on Twitter, tagged PM Modi on social media and asked him to disclose his UIDAI Aadhaar card number.

This comes a day after TRAI chief R S Sharma was left embarrassed after he published his Aadhaar number on Twitter and hacker declosed his personal details publically. He posted the personal details of Sharma, including his mobile number, date of birth, alternate phone number and PAN card details. Not only the details of Sharma, Anderson also obtained the phone number of his secretary.

In another tweet, the portion of which was blackened out, the hacker said he even obtained a photograph of Sharma with his wife and daughter. "If your phone numbers, address, dob, bank accounts and others personal details are easily found on the Internet you have no #privacy. End of the story (sic)," the hacker added.

All the entire episode took an interesting turn when the hacker tweeted 'Walk your Talk' to Mr Sharma and asked him to share his Aadhaar details to the public as he has so much trust in this 13ft wall secured system.

In another tweet, the portion of which was blackened out, the hacker said he even obtained a photograph of Sharma with his wife and daughter. "If your phone numbers, address, dob, bank accounts and others personal details are easily found on the Internet you have no #privacy. End of the story (sic)," the hacker added.

All the entire episode took an interesting turn when the hacker tweeted 'Walk your Talk' to Mr Sharma and asked him to share his Aadhaar details to the public as he has so much trust in this 13ft wall secured system.

 

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First published: 29 July 2018, 15:07 IST
 
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