Hackers target Twitter account of Thai Revenue Department

The government has suggested netizens to be cautious after the Revenue Department’s Twitter account was hacked by unknown attackers. According to a Thai PBS World report, the hackers deleted nearly all earlier tweets on the account and altered its title to Revenue/NFT. They then posted just one tweet, which learn, “I’m trying to collaborate with NFT tasks. DM (direct message) me if you’re interested in paid promotion!”
It’s not yet known who was behind the assault however NFT stands for non-fungible token in the world of crypto currencies. Login required comes because the Thai government confirms new tax measures targeting the crypto market.
Following Little-known , the Revenue Department advised the public to be cautious of any tweets showing on its account. The department also notified the Anti-Fake News Centre. The account now appears to have been restored and the Revenue Department has instructed the Anti-Fake News Centre to seek out those behind it. Meanwhile, anybody who must contact the division can go to their web site or Facebook page or name 11651..

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