Cyber Attack reveals plastic surgery details of British Royal Family members

Hackers who launched a cyber attack on London Bridge Plastic Surgery (LBPS) Clinic of UK have succeeded in siphoning off with Terabytes of data which includes plastic surgery details, photos and some videos of famous high profile celebrities.

A hackers group named “The Dark Overlord” is said to be behind this attack and claims to hold plastic surgery secrets of British Royal Family.

LBPS which happens to be one of the leading plastic surgery clinics in the UK has many high profile visitors as clients every week. Some go for some minute body corrections, while some go for a drastic transformation.

Hacking Group “Dark Overload” claims that they succeeded in infiltrating the computer servers of the London Bridge Plastic Surgery and have succeeded in gaining data about those who went under the knife. This includes few big names like Chloe Sims, Katie Price, Kardashian Mom Kris Jenner, around 70 high profile Indian celebs, and a few politicians from British Parliament.

What amazed the world about this hack is that the cyber crooks are claiming to have some secret details (photos before& after surgery) about some members of the British Royal Family- only the young brigade.

LBPS has confirmed the hack and Metropolitan Police has launched an investigation on this issue.

GCHQ’s cybersecurity unit NCSC has made the data breach entry in its database and is following the investigation made by the local police closely.

Wonder how the hackers gained into the database of the clinic which was hosted on a third party server?

Note- Dark Overload has made the headlines in the past by hacking the database of some schools, medical centers, and even Netflix. Now, they are back in the news headlines with the latest hack on a clinic which reveals plastic surgery details of British Royal Family.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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