New Delhi: China has also targeted power facilities in India last year amid hostilities and deadlock on the border. It has been feared in a report and it has been said that the power crisis in Mumbai in October last year can be an example of this. In Mumbai, there was a massive power crisis in October amid the Covid epidemic, due to which trains were stopped on the way and hospitals remained in darkness for hours. It has been said in the report that these activities may have been carried out by a dangerous group associated with China. It has been said in the report that the government has been told about this.
The report of the Ministry of External Affairs says that the Redecho, a group doing dangerous activities related to China, targeted the Indian power sector. Its activities were largely identified through a combination of automated network traffic analytics and expert analytics. The report states that links to the Mumbai power cut provide additional evidence suggesting coordinated targeting of Indian load dispatch centers.
The study report states that at the time of the Ladakh tension, which escalated into conflict in the Galvan Valley in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed for the country, Chinese malware was flowing into the system that spread all over India Manages the power supply.
The flow of Chinese malware was added by Recorded Future, a US-based company. This company studies the use of the Internet through government mechanisms. The report also said that it was found that most of the malware could never be activated because Recorded Future could not get inside India’s electricity systems, so it could not check the details of the code that the electricity nationwide Were placed in distribution systems.
Since the beginning of the year 2020, the recorded Future’s Instac Group has seen a large increase in suspected targeted infiltration activities by China-sponsored groups against Indian organizations, the report said.