INEC’s website hacked
The official website of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has been hacked by an unknown group.
The group, which identified itself as the Nigerian Cyber Army, displayed an election cartoon of President Goodluck Jonathan and General Muhammadu Buhari on the site.
INEC confirmed the hacking on its Twitter handle, @inecnigeria, adding “We are aware of the recent hack of our @inecnigeria website, we are currently investigating this incident #NigeriaDecides”
The hackers displayed the following message:
[!] StruCkED by Nigerian Cyber Army[!]
Sorry xD Your Site has been STAMPED by TeaM Nigerian Cyber Army
FEEL SOME SHAME ADMIN!!
Security is just an illusion
Remember US 😀 GREETINGS OF PEACE TO CITIZEN OF NIGERIA FROM TEAM NCA
INEChackedNIGERIANS No Body Can Give You Freedom No Body Can Give You Equality Or Justice If You Are A Man/Woman YOU TAKE IT
Its 2015 Elections And We Are Here AGain But This Time In A Different Form, APC Claimed They Hacked Into INEC DATABASE But We Own The DATABASE Long Before Now So No Worries No Fear To All NIGERIANs…GO And Cast Your Vote And We Assure You That Your Vote Must Count Because We Are The Kings Of The NIgerRian CYber SPACE.
NOTE: WE GAT ACCESS TO OTHER HIGH RANKING NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT SERVERS, BUT WE ARE NOT HERE FOR THAT TODAY!.
INEC DONT TRY TO RIG BECAUSE WE HAVE BEEN WATCHING YOU DAY AND NIGHT FOR MONTHS NOW BUT DONT BE SCARED WE MEAN NO HARM COS IF YOU ATTEMPT TO RIG YOU WILL PAY!!
WE ARE THE THE VOICE OF THE YOUTHs!!
WE ALSO USE THIS MEDIUM TO ADVICE ALL POLITICAL PARTIES: WHO PRICE GO PAY.
WE DO NOT FORGIVE
WE DO NOT FORGET
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