Who doesn't know Bjorka? This unidentified hacker has received much attention from various political elites and the public. Bjorka claimed that he had pocketed population data of the Indonesian people and the personal data of the political elites in power.
Currently, the government is still trying to find out who Bjorka is. However, hacking or breaking into data is a cyber crime that falls into the criminal realm.
Bjorka disseminated several data. Not only officials, but he also dismantled data from public and government institutions.
The data is circulating in Telegram forums or groups. In addition to Telegram, Bjorka also mentioned several Twitter accounts of his target officials.
But Twitter didn't take long to block the @bjorkanism account after uploading several tweets related to state officials' data.
Then, who are the officials and institutions on Bjorka's radar? The following is a list of the names that Bjorka revealed and a list of institutions that Bjorka hacked:
Bjorka uncovers the names behind the Ferdy Sambo Case. Bjorka, through his new Twitter account @bjorxanism, revealed who the person behind the Ferdy Sambo case could be the caretaker.
In his latest upload, Bjorka mentioned the name of a police officer whom he said was closely related to Ferdy Sambo.
Bjorka suddenly wrote on Twitter expressing curiosity about the response of Tito Karnavian, Ferdy Sambo's boss. He said Tito knew everything about the case of Brigadier J's death.
Because of the upload spread, Tito Karnavian's identity includes telephone number, email address, home address, NIK, KK, and others. But on the other hand, Bjorka explained why he leaked the officials' data.
He said his mission was to help those in need, including assisting Indonesian people who want to contact and ask their leaders. So at least they can get a feel for what it's like when they get spammed.
Bjorka named Muchdi Purwopranjono the person behind the murder of human rights activist Munir Said Thalib.
During the 18 years since Munir's death on September 7, 2004, activists consider that disclosure is still limited to field actors.
Bjorka's account also stated that Muchdi did not like Munir because Munir was very vocal in revealing that the perpetrators of the kidnapping of 13 activists from 1997-1998 were members of Kopassus, known as the Mawar Team.
Muchdi also used a former Garuda Indonesia pilot, Pollycarpus Budihari Priyanto, to kill Munir. This is because Munir is known to have flown to the Netherlands using Garuda Indonesia.
Bjorka also leaked secret letters to Jokowi, including those from the State Intelligence Agency.
The documents stolen in September 2022 comprised 679,180 data with a capacity of 40 MB (compressed) and 189 MB (uncompressed).
Even so, Bjorka did not include details of the selling price. This possibility proved his previous statement on Telegram that he could break into the President's data.
Twenty-six million IndiHome customer data leaked and entered the dark site. Various data contains browsing history, including date, keywords, domain, platform, browser, URL, and location. Bjorka claimed to get the data from a hack in August 2022.
Bjorka admitted that he got the sim card data from the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology system. He uploaded two million sample data of Indonesian people's cell phone Sim Cards on the Breached website.
The leaked data includes the Population Identification Number, telephone number, name of the service provider or provider, and registration date. The Ministry of Home Affairs and mobile operators are conducting further research to identify gaps in data leaks.
Recently, Bjorka also leaked several data allegedly belonging to the General Elections Commission. An Indonesia Citizenship Database From KPU 105M upload appeared on the BreachForum website.
Bjorka claims to have 105,003,428 million Indonesian population data, including NIK, Family Card, full name, place of birth date, gender, age, and others.
Bjorka even published the personal data of Indonesian political elites such as Johnny G. Plate, Puan Maharani, Semuel Pangerapan, Erick Thohir, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, and Denny Siregar. These personal data are very detailed, from phone numbers to vaccine history.
Bjorka was doxing to the Minister of Communications and Informatics Johnny G Platdi on his birthday. Besides saying Happy Birthday, Bjorka did dox by attaching several of Johnny's data.
This hacker also alluded to social media activist Denny Siregar using money from Indonesian taxes.
Meanwhile, Bjorka also uploaded the personal data of the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan. The information was in the form of NIK, KK, place, date of birth, mother and father, wife, family status, and education history.
Bjorka sold the hacked results on the breach.to website. The price of hacked documents is relatively low, with only eight coin credits. Users can buy 30 coin credits for 8 euros or around IDR 120 thousand on the website.
Buyers can only buy via exchanging crypto.
Bjorka also sells SIM card registration data. He sold it for USD 50,000 or around Rp. 740 million. He is only willing to accept payments with bitcoin and ethereum.
That list of Bjorka's actions continues to stir the public to this day. But, these actions reap many pros and cons, considering that the private matters of the community and the political elite continue to be in the spotlight.