In News by stephen abiodun on the 17th, October, 2020

#EndSARS: Police web site nonetheless offline 48 hours after ‘assault by hackers’

#EndSARS: Police website still offline 48 hours after ‘attack by hackers’

The web site of the Nigeria police power (NPF) is presently offline as protests in opposition to the particular anti-robbery squad (SARS) proceed throughout the nation.

Checks on Saturday revealed that the web site, www.npf.gov.ng, was not obtainable.

On the police web site was the message: “This Account has been suspended. Contact your internet hosting supplier for extra data.”

The event is one in a collection of focused assaults in opposition to the web site and social media accounts of government-owned establishments.

On Thursday evening, the Twitter deal with of the Nationwide Broadcasting Fee was taken over by the ‘Nameless’ hackers.

“We #Nameless have taken over all of the NG Official Twitter’s Account to help #ENDPOLICEBRUTALITY. WE’RE TOGETHER WITH NIGERIANS. EXPECT UNEXPECTED,” the group had written on the Twitter deal with of the NBC.

Because the ‘Nameless’ hackers continued to tweet in help of the #EndSARS motion by the NBC Twitter account, the web site of the Central Financial institution of Nigeria (CBN) was additionally down for some time on Friday, however was later recovered.

The youth have taken to the streets for a couple of week now, calling for reforms inside the police power.

Though Mohammed Adamu, inspector-general of police, has introduced the disbandment of the SARS unit and introduced the creation of the particular weapon and techniques (SWAT) workforce as a substitute, the youth have insisted on a complete reform of the power, in addition to higher welfare for the residents.

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