Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is trying to involve in tapping the phones illegally, says Wikileaks, an international, non-profit, journalistic organization that publishes secret information, news leaks, and classified media from anonymous sources.
Hacking.com sells phone tapping software officially
It is known that, Naidu went on a foreign tour to the various countries and as a part of the tour, he allegedly visited “Hacking.com” company, which officially sells the phone tapping softwares to the police and Intelligence departments.
As per the sources, the software costs Rs. 7.5 crores and Naidu got ready to buy it. This particular software can tap the land phones, cell phones and even the emails too.
Hyderabad company, Orton is the mediator to buy the phone tapping software
On the other hand, Orton, an IT consultancy in Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, has bought this software from the Hacking.com for the AP police. The Orton company director Prabhakar Reddy is identified to be the main mediator between Naidu and Hacking.com
Regarding this, Prabhakar Reddy made few discussions with the Hacking.com chairman Maglitta through the mail. Reportedly, he asked for the technology that can tap 50 phones, as ordered by the AP police and also booked the order with the company for Rs. 7.5 crores. This information was now showcased in the media by the Wikileaks Company
It seems, Naidu was seriously hurt by the phone tapping issue regarding cash for vote scam and so is trying to take a revenge on the Telangana officials by tapping their phones.