According to these sources, it is possible that China and Hong Kong were the locations from which the cyberattack on AIIMS-Delhi’s servers originated.
Delhi, India: The Delhi Police’s Knowledge Combination and Vital Activities unit has kept in touch with CBI looking for subtleties from Interpol about the IP locations of email IDs from China and Hong Kong regarding its test into the AIIMS server assault case, authorities said on Sunday.
The Focal Department of Examination (CBI) is India’s nodal organization for Interpol matters.
The attack on AIIMS-Delhi’s servers is thought to have come from China and Hong Kong, according to sources. Companies in China and Hong Kong can provide additional information that has been requested.
On November 23, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi was hit by a cyberattack that rendered its servers inoperable. On November 25, the Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) unit of the Delhi Police filed a report of extortion and cyber terrorism.
According to the recommendations made by the investigating agencies, internet services were disabled. The PC Crisis Reaction Group (CERT-In), Delhi cyber crime exceptional cell, Indian Cybercrime Coordination Center, Knowledge Department, CBI, and Public Examination Organization, are researching the episode.
The attack had an impact on the hospital’s outpatient and inpatient digital services, including the appointment system, smart laboratory, billing, and report generation.