India’s National Internet Registry hacked and data is getting sold on public Darknet forum


IRINN  data is hacked and up for sale on public Darknet forum .The breach is reported by Cyber security solutions company Seqrite, along with its partner seQtree .

Indian Registry for Internet Names and Numbers (IRINN) in India that provides allocation and registration services of IP addresses and AS numbers, and contributes to the society by providing Internet-related information as a non-profit, affiliation-based organisation, and performing research, education and enlightenment activities.

All Affiliate From IRINN  Got this SMS

 Dear Affiliate, As a prudent security practice you are requested to change your  MYIRINN password and keep changing at regular intervals. For support drop mail

All Affiliate From IRINN  Got this Email

Dear Affiliate,

Greetings from IRINN !

Thanks for your continued support and patronage. We at IRINN ensure that security measures are in place to maintain the confidentiality and integrity of your data. We are further strengthening the system by taking additional preventive measures in consultation with the cyber security agencies.

Considering a recent news of breach, and as a prudent security practice we highly recommend to change your MYIRINN password immediately.

In case of any support or to highlight any concern kindly reach out @

Best Regards,

IRINN claimed that there is no need to be panicked about any data as they have full backup but still there is lot of confusion that what will happen if the hackers will public the data . We hope IRINN will take necessary measures to robust there security system ,

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