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WHO, Wuhan Institute Of Virology and Gates Foundation Hacked

According to reports, the WHO, Wuhan Institute Of Virology, and Gates foundation allegedly hacked working towards containing the coronavirus pandemic. Also, there are organizations like NIH, World Bank on the victim’s list.

As per the SITE Intelligence Group around 25,000 accounts of emails, passwords, and documents have been leaked. These groups monitor online extremism and terrorist groups.

The Washington Post reports say that it is initially appeared on the message board website4chan and then on Pastebin and then shared on Telegram groups. As said many organizations including WHO, Wuhan Institute Of Virology and Gates Foundation Allegedly Hacked.

Rita Katz, SITE’s executive director, said,” Prominent Neo-Nazis group disseminating allegedly “hacked” emails from gates foundation. WHO two partner organizations in front of coronavirus fight.”

The report by SITE said that the largest group of alleged emails and passwords was from the NIH, with 9,938 found on lists posted online. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had the second-highest number, with 6,857. The World Bank had 5,120. The list of WHO addresses and passwords totaled 2,732.

 

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