Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal website data has allegedly been leaked on the dark Web. The leaked data is said to include a “substantial amount” of personally identifiable information of lakhs of people.

This includes name, email addresses, and mobile numbers, according to a report. The latest development comes just over a month after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal website’s Twitter account was hacked. Several tweets were posted at that time, asking for people to donate cryptocurrency to the PM’s National Relief Fund.

Cybersecurity firm Cyble claimed that it was tipped off on October 10 about the databases of the Prime Minister’s personal website, Narendramodi.in, being available on the dark Web.

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