A hacker group has allegedly hacked the Sana system, offering its information for sale at a price of 2 bitcoins / its.
Following the spread of rumors about the hacking of the Judiciary’s praise system in cyberspace, the Information Technology Security Office of the Judiciary Statistics and Information Technology Center denied this rumor and announced that all judicial systems were active and no hacking or intrusion took place and no incident occurred. Security has not been observed in recent days.
This office stated that all systems of the judiciary are secure and are periodically subjected to standard security tests.
The office of the Statistics and Information Technology Center of the Judiciary also called the published allegation of information leakage of the Sana system baseless and emphasized that this allegation has been raised many times in recent months by a suspicious current that has been investigated each time and is baseless. It has been proven. The Office of Information Technology Security said the recurrence of the plan was to undermine the growing trend of electronic and intelligence intelligence in the judiciary.