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As the domestic Internet industry matures, the requirements for software quality are getting higher and higher, which poses various new challenges to the test team and test engineers. President Modi encountered such a thing a few days ago. His account was stolen. This shows that you still need time for network security. Pay attention all the time. Moreover, Twitter officially confirmed that a Twitter account on the personal website of Indian Prime Minister Modi was stolen. Not long ago, some strange tweets appeared on Modi’s account, which made the people suspicious.

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Modi’s account was stolen

According to the Global Times, overseas countries took turns to stage good shows. Before and after the return of the Thai version of &34;Zhen Huan&34; Sinina, the account of Indian Prime Minister Modi was stolen and staged”Please give me money” fraud news. Foreign media reported on the 3rd that Twitter officials confirmed that a Twitter account on the personal website of Indian Prime Minister Modi was stolen. Not long ago, some strange tweets appeared on Modi’s account, and several tweets were posted in a row.

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These tweets ask fans to donate to the relief fund through cryptocurrency . One of them calls on everyone &34; to generously donate to the new crown virus relief fund (cryptocurrency)&34;, and attaches a&34; Section & 34; address. The mystery is that these tweets were subsequently deleted, which attracted the attention of the official platform. Twitter’s official answer believes that this account with more than 2.5 million followers seems to have been hacked.

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also Netizens expressed doubts about this matter.

After a tweet calling for &34;make money&34; to generously help fight the new crown virus, a paragraph appeared under the account stating that the account has been illegal by John Wick Invade. The theft of Modi’s account has aroused heated discussions among netizens. Sure enough, this year I have witnessed many”historical” events and discovered many strange things. Of course, in addition to the point of view of”Bumping”, many people think that they are”directing and acting”.

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A netizen commented that &34; just say after receiving the money The account is stolen, Indians are very good at playing. Another bluntly said”I don’t think it was stolen, but he lacked money.” At present, the stolen account has been protected. Although the Indian media suspected that it was the”John Wick” organization that attacked the account, there is no clear evidence yet.

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Mo Di is indeed short of money

The reason why Modi&34;borrowing money&34; is popular among people is that when the epidemic broke out in the past few months but it was still under control, Modi took out all his belongings to Countries such as Russia, France, and the United States have gone to buy weapons. Later, when he was financially stretched, he began to borrow from banks such as the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank in the name of the epidemic. When the loan arrived, he immediately turned around and purchased more arms. This made everyone cried out incredible and wondered why Modi was so interested in borrowing money to buy weapons. The matter is so persistent, it is worth mentioning that when Modi Twitter was stolen, the Indian epidemic was still at its peak.

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Part of the information reference source:Global Times