Hackers demonstrated how to avoid e-Kasa, tax authorities deny it

State system allegedly has a fatal error.

(Source: Sme/Marko Erd)

The eKasa online sales register has been mandatory since July. Ethical hackers have now found what they believe makes it vulnerable.

The Ján Kuciak Investigative Centre pointed it out, saying that hackers were able to hack the register and so prove that cheating on taxes has never been easier, the Sme daily reported.

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Fake cloud

An online sales register system, eKasa was implemented by the state to counter tax evasion. Yet ethical hackers from the Nethemba company proved they can trick the system. They used one of the eKasa components – protected data cloud where data from the online sales register are also sent.

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