PM Modi's Twitter Account Of Personal Website Hacked; Scammers Asked Donations In Bitcoins

by GoNews Desk 7 months ago Views 1335

PM Modi's Twitter Account Of Personal Website Hack
The Twitter account of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's personal website has been hacked. After hacking, the scammers asked the PM's followers to donate bitcoins to the Prime Minister's Relief Fund. One tweet said - 'I appeal to you guys to donate to Prime Minister Narendra Modi Relief Fund made for Covid-19.' However, the tweet was deleted later.

After the hacking, a Twitter spokesperson issued a statement saying the company was aware of the incident and steps have been taken to protect the compromised account. We are actively investigating the situation. At the moment, we are not informed of any other account being affected.'

However, this is not the first case of a high profile Twitter account being hacked.

Earlier in July, Twitter accounts of many of the world's most prominent celebrities, including Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, and former US President Barack Obama, were hacked, and a similar pattern of bitcoin scam came to light.

On PM Narendra Modi's personal website, Narendra, only information related to PM Modi is available. This handle has approximately 2.5 million followers on Twitter. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been a big supporter of Digital India, but the way the hacker raided his own account, the questions raised on its security have increased.

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