14 September 2013

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ADAG Chairman Anil Ambani IT account hacked

ADAG Chairman Anil Ambani IT account hacked

Anil Ambani's e-filing of Income-Tax returns account was allegedly hacked by a 21-year-old chartered accountant (CA) student from Hyderabad
She has been doing her chartered accountancy articleship at Manoj Daga & Company in Hyderabad,
She was booked under  sections of Information Technology Act on September 7, after a preliminary investigation and faces arrest in the case.

Reason to hack account – As per police the account was hacked with an intention to know his income and tax amount paid over a period of time.

After hacking the account of the chairman of Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (ADAG),
she accessed the details of his income,
tax amount paid,
PAN card number
even changed twice the password of his e-account on the IT website

According to police, a chartered accountant firm in Mumbai, which files  Ambani's individual tax details, was intimated through an email from I-T department on June 26 that as per request, the industrialist's e-return account had been changed.

Again, on July 12, the firm received another email stating that second time the password had been changed.

As suspicion grew, the ADAG group representative complained to Joint Police Commissioner (Crime)

After that Probe started
Probe revealed that the account was hacked from Manoj Daga & Company's computer following which a team rushed there and upon questioning, the girl confessed to have hacked into Ambani's account

How girl hacked into Anil Ambani Account?

She obtained Ambani's PAN card number from the I-T department website by providing his date of birth and mother's name,
She used the PAN number to obtain an alternate password from the I-T department

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Usha September 14, 2013  

It is not going to be easy for her..she should have thought before doing this, changing password twice was stupid mistake. This tells there is no security, more checks are required to protect pan number.