'No breach': Bharti Airtel flatly denies data leak of over 37 crore customers after 'unverified' allegations


Bharti Airtel Data Leak: Bharti Airtel has categorically denied 'unverified' reports of a massive security breach in its database systems that allegedly compromised the security and personal details of its 37.5 crore customers.

India's leading telecom company confirmed on microblogging platform 'X' that a thorough investigation has been conducted by the authorities and there has been “no breach” in its database system.

Media reports said that the data leak allegations arose after hackers claimed on 'X' (formerly Twitter) that Airtel customer data was allegedly leaked on the dark web. Reports suggested that details of over 37 crore Airtel customers, including their phone numbers, email IDs, addresses and Aadhaar cards, were available for sale on the dark web.

Bharti Airtel said in its statement that the rumours circulating online are nothing less than a desperate attempt by vested interests to tarnish its reputation. “We have conducted a thorough investigation and can confirm that there has been no breach of Airtel systems,” the telecom company said in its statement.

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