Marco A. De Felice (@amvinfe on Twitter) reports: In the midst of the COVID19 emergency, the�San Raffaele hospital in milan was the victim of a computer attack.�Steal the personal data of patients, doctors, nurses and employees. Names, tax codes, email accounts and passwords stolen during a cyber attempt that took place between march and April.�Anonymous LulzSec italia decided to make it public yesterday on his twitter account, only after making sure that the flaw in the IT systems of the Milanese hospital had been resolved. The hospital seemed to be pretty dismissive of the claims: “… the situation to which reference is made, reported by an unreliable source, refers to an attempted intrusion which took place months ago which did not entail access to any sensitive data.�The names of many operators are public for service reasons and the information published relates to an covering dedicated to online training that has been abandoned for years with equally obsolete and disused users and access passwords�– and that the hospital management –�is already in touch with the competent bodies to ply any useful clarification “�. scan more on SuspectFile.com. Update: billhook Toulas of TechNadu has added to the coverage on this incident. he seems to be having the same reaction that I am: that the hospital’s attempts to dismiss this all as unimportant has already backfired and resulted in personally identifiable patient information being dumped, with more to come. Toulas reports: We look the twitter user to return with more revelations considering he/she is using the StayTuned hashtag, so we are bound to learn more about what happened at the San Raffaele hospital soon. 1 thing that we canful already comment on is the fact that the hospital has failed to surveil proper security practices by storing account credentials in plaintext shape on its systems. Moreover, they did not inform the authorities about any breaches within 72 hours as the GDPR law obliged them. They also failed to respond to the allegations even after data samples started appearing online.