The  CERT-IN (Computer Emergency Response Team), Delhi Police and the Ministry of Home Affairs are investigating the matter in response to the cyber attack.

Allegedly Hackers have demanded 200 Crore in Cryptocurrency from the AIIMS. The hospital server was down for straight 6 days and the suspicion is it was being hacked.

It is feared that the data of 3-4 crore patients may have been compromised. It is being told that the data of several VIPs, Judges, Former Prime ministers, ministers and bureaucrats had been stored.

The report quoted sources, saying that because the server was still down, patient care services in the emergency, outpatient, inpatient, and laboratory wings were managed manually.

The ransomware is being looked at by the related teams. The Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) division of the Delhi Police has filed a case of extortion and cyberterrorism.

The internet access to the Hospital has been disabled based on the recommendation of the investigating team/agencies.

The NIC e-hospital database and application servers have been back online in the interim. Other e-hospital servers at AIIMS that are necessary for the provision of hospital services are being scanned and cleaned by the NIC team.

The databases and applications have been scanned and prepared for four physical servers set up for restoring e-hospital services. In addition. the AIIMS network is being restored after being sanitised. Antivirus solutions for well-functioning servers and computers have been planned. It has been installed in nearly about 1200 out of 5000 Computers available and 20 servers out of 50 servers scanned and sanitised. This process of installation of servers and computers is ongoing 24 hours by 7 days Says Reports.

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