Twitter agree about the hack of PM Modi’s website saying – are investigating. The Twitter account of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal website (@narendramodi_in) was hacked by hackers late on Wednesday night. But it was also rectified shortly. Now a statement from Twitter has come on this whole matter, in which he has accepted the matter of hacking. This hacking was exactly the same as it was a few days ago. By hacking the accounts of celebrities like Barack Obama, Elon Musk and demanding bitcoin.
Twitter agree about the hack of PM Modi’s website saying – are investigating
On the Twitter account of PM Narendra Modi’s personal website narendramodi.in. Updates related to the website and NaMo App are shared. Twitter told news agency Reuters that we have information about what happened with the account of Narendra Modi’s website. And we are engaged in improving it.
According to a Twitter spokesperson, we are investigating the matter thoroughly, however, it is not yet known whether there has been a difference on any account other than this account.
Let me tell you that at around 3 pm on Wednesday, a tweet was made from @narendramodi_in account. In which it was written, ‘This account has been hacked by John Wick (firstname.lastname@example.org), we have not hacked Paytm Mall’. Apart from this, in a tweet, cryptocurrency was asked to put money in the National Relief Fund. However, a few minutes after this tweet, it was deleted and within half an hour the account was corrected by Twitter.
Significantly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal account (@narendramodi) is one of the most followed leaders in the world. Apart from this, information related to the Prime Minister’s Office is found at @PMOIndia. The @narendramodi_in account only gives updates related to PM Modi’s personal website and the Namo app, which has around two and a half million followers.
A few days ago, Twitter had faced the biggest hackers attack, in which the Twitter accounts of many big personalities including Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Joe Biden were hacked. During this time, hackers demanded money through bitcoin.