Anonymous Sends Warning To Nigerians

Hackers collective Anonymous who have claimed responsibility for hacking some Nigeria Government websites has called on the Nigerian citizens to stay focused. Following its hack of the National Broadcasting Commission’s website in solidarity with the EndSARS Protest across the country, Nigerians had constantly pleaded with the body to hack the bank account of the government […]

Hackers Make Public Phone Numbers of Nigeria Senators

Mysterious hacking group identified as ‘anonymous’ have made public the phone numbers of Nigeria senators. These hackers have been carrying out a lot of revenge of late on top government officials in Nigeria. Reports gathered state that on Friday they allegedly hacked into the central bank of Nigeria website, EFCC website, police and others. They […]

Our Website Has Not Been Hacked – CBN

The Central Bank of Nigeria has refuted claims of a breach of its official website – cbn.gov.ng. Its website had been down for a while, leading many to suggest that global hacktivists – Anonymous had hacked the site. The suggestions were not far-fetched as Anonymous hacked the twitter account of the National Broadcasting Commission early on […]

#ENDSARS: FG Urges MDAs To Activate ‘Two-Factor’ Following NBC Hacked Account

The Federal Government(FG) has urged all Ministries, Agencies and Departments (MDAs) of government to activate the two-step verification on all their Twitter accounts. The FG gave the directive on Friday following the hack of the verified Twitter account of the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) on Friday by world-renowned hacker group ‘Anonymous’. The official IT service […]

‘Anonymous’ Hacks SARS Database, Issues Deadline

Popular global hacker community, Anonymous, has hacked the Special Anti-Robbery Squad’s (SARS) database to reveal information on officials who ran and were part of the defunct police unit. The list was published on Twitter yesterday with a 72-hour ultimatum to the Nigerian government to act in accordance with demands of protesters or risk further exposure. […]