'Our Robin Hood'- Reactions As Anonymous Hacks CBN website And Threatens EFCC
Reports just reaching us comfirmed that Anonymous group has hacked the CBN website. The news was tweeted by Punch Newspaper on their Twitter handle.
Anonymous is a group, which was founded in 2003 by Aubury Cottle and specialises in hacking databases around the world. Few days back the group hacked SARS and Edo state database, it also gave the FG 72 hours to tackle the demands of the 'ENDSARS' protesters.
Database from Edo State.
This news however, sparked reactions from people, as they couldn't contain their joy. A Twitter user even tagged them as 'Our Robin Hood'.
The group also shutdown Amuwo Odofin Local Government website and threatened to shutdown EFCC website too.
From all indication, Anonymous seems to be serious on the ultimatum they gave the FG. Out of the 72 hours given, the FG has less than 48 hours more.
But the big question is!
Are you in support of the activities of Anonymous?
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