Wikileaks Reports CIA Stolen Aadhar Card Data Government Is Not Agree
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Wikileaks Disclosed: CIA Has Access To Aadhaar Data, Claims Rejected By Central Government
WikiLeaks has disclosed in a report on Thursday that the US intelligence agency CIA has access to data from the Aadhar card. WikiLeaks claims that the CIA has hacked the aadhar data with the help of devices developed by US Company Cross Match Technology.
This Company Has Given UIDAI Software For Bio-metrics
According to WikiLeaks, the company which has hacked the UID data with the help of the CIA has prepared software for taking biometric data to the Unique Identification Authority of India, the Indian entity, the Aadhar card-making entity.
Crossmatch has partnership with Operation Smart Identity Devices Pvt Ltd in India. This company had collected data for the aadhar card of 1.2 million Indians across the country.
WikiLeak Tweet On Aadhar Data
WikiLeaks tweeted on Friday and said, did the CIA spy have stolen the National ID Card database of India? Shortly after this, WikiLeaks has tweeted another tweet, “Did the CIA steal the aadhar database?” WikiLeaks also shared a link of the article printed in a magazine.
Government Rejects Wikileaks Claims
However, the central government has completely rejected the claim of WikiLeaks. The government said that this is not the disclosure of WikiLeaks, but this is a leak told by a website.
Cross Match Company Bio-Metric Devices
The government said that Cross Match is a bio-metric device company that supplies such devices all over the world. Any who collect data of the vendor aadhar will be transferred to the base server in the encrypted form. The government said that the data of the aadhaar is completely safe and there is no right to any agency to check or look it.