Hackers make public IT-savvy Naidu's diary

From ET:

If you ask the Andhra chief minister's office for a list of Chandra Babu Naidu's engagements next week, you are certain to be told that it is a state secret.

In fact, his security detail is told about them only 24 hours in advance. But shockingly, hackers have been privy to such information weeks in advance. (Do you think Internet has made security lapses easier?)

For six months now, they have been hacking into the CM's mail server and downloading his schedules for 20 days at a time. This includes his engagements, his tours of the districts, the visitors calling on him - in fact, everything he notes down in his diary.

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