The website of Iran’s renowned Milad Hospital in Tehran was hacked by one of the patients who was allegedly annoyed by the hospital’s queuing management system.
According to a report by Mehr, as translated by IFP, the website of Tehran’s well-known Milad Hospital was hacked by the irritated patient.
The hacker posted a comment on the homepage, expressing complaints over the queue management system of the hospital.
In a sarcastic comment, the patient also pointed to the website poor security.
“Kindly, improve your website’s security and book me an appointment for a skin doctor,” the hacker posted.
“I believe you are in desperate need of improving your website’s security because the hacking process took me only a few seconds.”
The hacker left a post in the “contact us” section of the hospital’s website just to see how long it takes before it grabbed the attention of hospital’s authorities.
The disgruntled patient also gave his Telegram account ID and voiced his preparedness to help improve the website’s security conditions.
“I didn’t mean to disturb you, indeed,” the hacker said, asking for apology.