Reliance Jio Says Data Hacking Is Unauthentic, The User Said – No, It Really Happened

Data of Reliance Jio’s 12 million users was suddenly leaked to the website named magicapk.com. It is not known how this happened yet. By providing the Jio number of any Jio user on this website, it was very easy to know complete information about it. A search box was placed on the website, just after entering the number of users, anyone can get the user’s Aadhar number, name, address, email id etc.

Jio spokesman said in a statement that the website’s claims are false. We are investigating this. At first glance, this data seems to be unencumbered. We want to assure our consumers that their data is safe and we will maintain its security. Customer data will be shared only with the administration when needed. We have notified law enforcement agencies about the claims of the website. We want to ensure that strict action is taken in this direction.

At the same time, Jio users who have checked their data on magicapk.com have claimed that the data was correct. According to Varun Chris, he was stunned when he saw his and his colleagues’ details on this website. At the same time, many cyber experts say there is some doubt about the company’s rejection. The information about data leaking on this website was first provided by the website phonearena.com.

This website has been closed. The domain of this website is registered in India and this domain has been registered with godaddy.com, but there is no other information available about domain registration services. On Sunday (July 9), at around 11:40 pm, this website started showing the magicapk.com internal server error. It is unclear whether this site has crashed or it has been closed by the authorities. After this, the service is now unavailable on this site.

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