New Delhi: Dismising reports of an alleged leak of database of about 15 crore Indians who registered themselves on the CoWIN portal, the Centre said these reports appear to be fake.“Our attention has been drawn towards the news circulating on social media about the alleged hacking of Co-WIN system. In this connection we wish to state that Co-WIN stores all the vaccination data in a safe and secure digital environment," Dr RS Sharma, Chairman of the Empowered Group on Vaccine Administration (Co-WIN) clarified."No Co-WIN data is shared with any entity outside the Co-WIN environment. The data being claimed as having been leaked such as geo-location of beneficiaries, is not even collected at Co-WIN,” he added.Meanwhile, the Union Health Ministry and the Empowered Group on Vaccine Administration (NEGVAC) are also getting the matter investigated by the Computer Emergency Response Team of Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MietY).A Twitter user posted a Tweet claiming "Dark Leak Market" have the database of about 15 crore Indians who registered themselves on the CoWIN portalThis is [ALERT] Dark Leak Market on the DarkWeb has posted a post selling information of 150 Million COVID19 Vaccinated People of India.[ALERT] Dark Leak Market on the DarkWeb has posted a post selling information of 150 Million COVID19 Vaccinated People of India. pic.twitter.com/32Chmcao9WThis came on a day when Union Health Secretary informed states and Union Territoriest hat the CoWIN platform is now available in 12 languages.The platform is equipped to register UDID's unique disability ID card as well.It was also pointed that accounts now can be blocked for 24 hours if greater than 1000 searches are done in 50 login sessions of 15 minutes each.