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Hacktivist, Anonymous Hacks Nigerian Police Database, Release SARS Off

Hacktivist, Anonymous Hacks Nigerian Police Database,
Release SARS Off
Hacktivist, Anonymous Hacks Nigerian Police Database,
Release SARS Officers’ Records
Nigerian police suffered a severe breach of personnel data
after notorious hacker, Anonymous, broke into their security
network.
A popular hacktivist group, Anonymous said it has hacked
“multiple” Nigerian Government websites as protests against
police brutality in the West African nation. Oniftv had reported that there is an ongoing #EndSARS
protest across the country against the SARS tactical unit of
the Nigerian Police Force over its brutality, illegal arrest,
extortion, extra-judicial killings, among others.
Anonymous had created a dedicated Twitter handle for its
Nigerian operations on October 5, 2020, warning President
Muhammadu Buhari to heed the demands of the protesters
as the world is watching.
The hacktivist’s handle which is temporarily restricted by
Twitter ended its message five days ago by telling the
Nigerian government to “expect us”.
On Wednesday night, October 15, Anonymous revealed that
it has successfully hacked multiple government websites in
retribution for the violence of the police against protesters.
“Anonymous hacks multiple government websites in
solidarity with #EndSARS protestors and retribution for
violence by police,” the group tweeted.
Although, hacktivist group did not say which websites were
hacked, the Nigerian police’s website was down as at 12:21
am on Thursday.

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