Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif audio leaked then sold on dark web for over $3.4m

There has been a history in the political world where audio leaks and video scandals have become a major element in tearing down the opposition. Over the past couple of years, this dirty tactic has come to life again and has happened in various countries.

Recently in Pakistan, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s latest audio leaked and went viral on all social media. In a controversial audio leak featuring Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif talking about the son-in-law of PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz.

What is the main agenda of the conversation? The whole conversation revolves around Maryam requesting that a power plant be imported from India for her son-in-law.

Audio of Shehbaz Sharif leaked

Shehbaz Sharif had a conversation with an unknown person over the phone, in which he said: ‘He is our son-in-law, let him know about the problems with importing a plant from India,’ PM reportedly said Shahbaz, while talking to an unidentified person. man on call.

The other person on the other hand made it clear to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif that if he made the decision what the consequences would be in response Shehbaz Sharif asked him to convey all reservations to Maryam’s son-in-law and that he would personally meet him after his return from Turkey.

In response, the other person gave him an idea to do the job of former finance minister Ishaq Dar, which the prime minister would agree to.

Earlier this year, an audiotape of Maryam Nawaz and Parvez Rasheed emerged, and PML-N came under fire

audio on sale

The icing on the cake, right after the audio leaked, it was also listed and sold for around 18 Bitcoins on the Dark Web. The chat dataset contains approximately 8GB of data of up to 100 hours, between the Prime Minister and members of his administration, has apparently been leaked and put up for sale on the Dark Web.

It was priced at 18 Bitcoin, a digital currency, which at its Sunday afternoon trading rate translated to more than $3.4 million. This could be the biggest breach in Pakistan’s history.

According to an analysis by an open source intelligence account (OSINT), the seller has no history on the forum. “It appears he created this account just to post information about these leaks,” OSINT Insider tweeted, “Important to understand that these are not leaked audio calls.

These are conversations recorded in PM Office. More than the content of the audios, it is important to know how these conversations were recorded. If these audios are legit, this is a massive security breach.

Another Twitter user wrote: “A security breach in Pakistan’s highest office where the most sensitive discussions take place. The world will laugh at us.

“This is what happens when the whole state apparatus and agencies are busy harassing supporters of a political party instead of doing their job,” the user added.

It’s true, we all need to be safe because Dark Web is watching your every move and you need to know how to stay protected.

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