More audio breaches of government officials will be made available on the Dark Web on Friday, September 30th, according to hackers. According to reports, the audio leaks would include discussions between government representatives, including journalists and military personnel.
The talks that were overheard will also involve, among other things, engagements with foreign delegations and judicial nominations.
According to PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry, Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister, has 100 hours’ worth of talks available for purchase on the dark web for $3.5 million. Security organizations were criticized by him for ignoring the “sensitive” issue of audio leaks.
Fawad remarked, “Even the office of the prime minister of the nuclear-armed country is not safe,” in reference to allegedly leaked audio tapes of government officials.
The audio leak controversy was not a hacking, according to Mirza Shahzad Akbar, another PTI leader. However, it was unquestionably an inside job intended to sway policy before the important appointment.
He stated, quoting his sources, “First it’s not a hack into the system [and] hacker [and] dark web appears cover tale, our systems are based on analog and not digital, in fact, that’s one method of Pak cyber security.”
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