After hacking the account of ICWA, hackers also hacked the Twitter handle of Indian Medical Association (IMA) and Mann Desi Mahila Bank. The three accounts that the hackers hacked were posted on them promoting cryptocurrencies.
Hackers attacked the Twitter accounts of many Indians on Sunday night. The biggest name in this is the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA). The hackers changed the name of this Twitter handle to Elon Musk. It is being told that the account of ICWA has been recovered. Tampering with the password or clicking any link with the wrong intention can be the reason for the account being hacked.
After hacking this account, the hackers also hacked the Twitter handle of Indian Medical Association (IMA) and Mann Desi Mahila Bank. The three accounts that the hackers hacked were posted on them promoting cryptocurrencies. Soon after the hacking, IMA’s account changed its display picture to the default. The hacking of accounts related to world affairs is a matter of concern, as the ICWA is an institution of national importance.
PM Modi’s Twitter account was also hacked
The same was seen some time back during the hacking of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s account. Then the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) had said, ‘The Twitter handle of PM Narendra Modi has been tampered with. The matter has been taken to Twitter and the account was immediately secured. Any tweet shared during the brief period when the account was compromised should be ignored.
Which tweet happened during hacking?
When the Prime Minister’s account was hacked, a tweet related to the digital currency bitcoin was posted on it. The hackers wrote in the tweet that India has legally recognized Bitcoin. The hackers tweeted from PM Modi’s Twitter handle and wrote, ‘India has officially given legal recognition to bitcoin. The government has bought 500 BTC and is distributing it among the common people. Hurry up India… The future has arrived today!” A link was also pasted with this tweet.
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