KATHMANDUKathmandu, 6 May 2019 — Anonymous does have no state or any identification or any digital social identitylocation to penetrate network for data breaching from most critical resources like government servers. Most of government servers in Nepal were hacked on Sunday, 6th May 2019 according to national media. There are thought absence of hundred of lax in technical measures in infrastructures and hacking or attacks of anonymous can’t be stopped technically but it can be prevented till the time when it was not hacked.
According to school of conflict, players in same domain or area have interest of conflict usually like a man might have role-conflict with a man with same role in a same domain or in office, further more, a group might have a conflict with group with a same interest to work in the same domain or area, between nations.
It is interesting phenomena that who hacked the servers of government of Nepal and why. If any individual breached data from government sources, what is the further uses of the data to the individual or who is the ultimate user of data? Is it individual? If not, who sponsored anonymous? Individual, group or state? It is deeply intended research in digital conflict in upcoming days which I have covered into my research papers from 2014 to 2018.
My paper presented in an international conference in Noida and New York. The papers were published in IEEE described about disruptive cybernetic loop and digital mediation techniques which was linked to national security and how the breaching can effect the privacy of citizen.
The issue is not about hacking the servers of government, it is about security of individual or civilian if the data lay on the hands or individual or authority beyond the border. Such case studies with conflict and its resolution have been studies into my research paper during my academic study.
Please visit IEEE website for papers information. They are:
- “Smart Cloud Fueling Significant Contribution into Digital Diplomacy in Nepal”, IEEE, New York: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8118446
- Digital Technology Actualizing Dialogue of International Relations in New Form: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/articleDetails.jsp?arnumber=7380580