Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Croatian Anonymous don't have our database

Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Saturday dismissed the claims of the Croatian branch of the hacker group Anonymous that data on citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who are allegedly linked to Islamic extremism, an integral part of the database of the ministry.

"Denies that it is a database of the Ministry of Security. These data have not any part of the information base of the ministry. Especially it is not a secret or hidden data, as tendentiously presented," the brief statement to the media in Sarajevo.

The Ministry of Security of BiH point out that all the data now published Croatian Anonymous were available earlier, and published in the media and on social networks.

Alleged personal information and photos dozens of people from BiH, for which Anonymous claim that Islamist extremists and that their identity BiH authorities deliberately hide from Friday are available on social networks. Anonymous group claims that they are collected by breaking into the Bosnian database.

Agency for identification documents of BiH (IDDEEA) on Friday denied the authenticity of the published data. For these agencies emphasized that only they have a complete database of BiH citizens that share only with authorized agencies.

They stated that in their network no one has managed to break because it is optimally protected, and it is a closed system in which is not accessible from the outside and it is not possible over the Internet or hack.

Last update: Tue, 08/12/2015 - 12:27

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