The Central Financial institution of Nigeria has denied rumours that its official web site was hacked on Friday by dreaded hacktivist group, Anonymous.
The apex Nigerian financial institution made this identified in a tweet by way of its official Twitter web page yesterday, October 16.
That is coming after information made rounds that Nameless hacked CBN web site in solidarity with #EndSARS protesters.
Central Financial institution in an announcement on its Twitter web page maintained that opposite to studies, its web site was protected.
It additional urged Nigerians to keep away from peddling pretend information as its web site is sufficiently protected and there was no trigger for alarm.
CBN tweeted, “Opposite to claims on social media alleging that the web site of the Central Financial institution of Nigeria has been breached by malicious individuals, we want to state categorically that our web site is safe.
“We additionally want to advise the net group to desist from peddling pretend information geared toward undermining the integrity of the CBN, which is our collective asset.”
CBN Web site Not Hacked pic.twitter.com/nZFdabmARo
— Central Financial institution of Nigeria (@cenbank) October 16, 2020
Recall a gaggle of hackers known as Anonymous hacked the Twitter account of the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and in addition threatened to disclose secrets and techniques of the Nigerian authorities if Buhari doesn’t heed to the calls for of #EndSARS protesters.