PM Modi's Twitter account hacked: Hackers asked for Bitcoin donation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's personal Twitter account was hacked on Thursday. The hacker demanded donations through Bitcoin for the covid 19 relief fund.

Yogita S.
Published on 3 Sep 2020 4:21 AM GMT
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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's personal Twitter account was hacked on Thursday. The hacker demanded donations through Bitcoin for the covid 19 relief fund. However, the bogus message by the hacker was later deleted on Twitter.

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In fact, there was a stir on Thursday when a bogus tweet started appearing on Prime Minister Modi's Twitter account. It was revealed that PM Modi's Twitter account has been hacked. Let us know that this Twitter account of PM Modi has more than 25 lakh followers.

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Through his Twitter, hackers demanded Bitcoin. For this, tweets related to crypto currency were tweeted. The hacker tweeted from the PM's Twitter account, 'This account has been hacked by John Wick (hckindia@tutanota.com). We have not hacked Paytm Mall. ”Then another tweet, which read,“ I appeal to you guys to donate to PM Modi Relief Fund for covid-19 ”. All this later Tweets were deleted.

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Through the tweet, the hacker named John Vick. Let us tell you that John Wick is the same, whom Lerck claimed on August 30 by cyber security firm Saibal that John Wick Group is involved in the data theft of Paytm Mall.

Actually, Paytm Mall Unicorn is Paytm's e-commerce company. The hacker was said to have stolen the data of Paytm Mall and demanded a ransom. In this case, Paytm had said that no case of theft was revealed in their investigation.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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