NISHAD Party’s Facebook Page Breached: the Dark Side of Cybersecurity

TechWizard Exclusive: NISHAD Party’s Facebook Page Hacked, FIR Lodged

In a shocking incident, the Facebook page of the NISHAD party has been hacked, and its name has been changed to ‘Nishad Party (The Show Travel)’ by the hackers. NISHAD party president, Sanjay Nishad, lodged a complaint at Gutampalli police station on September 25, alleging that his party’s Facebook page had been compromised.

According to the complaint, the hackers not only changed the display picture of the page but also rebranded it with a new name and look. This incident has raised concerns about the security of political parties’ online presence and the potential misuse of their platforms.

An FIR has been registered under relevant sections of the IT Act, and the police have initiated an investigation into the matter. However, attempts to recover the hacked Facebook page, @nishadparty4u, have so far been unsuccessful. Furthermore, the link to the party’s website has been replaced, adding to the party’s woes.

This incident highlights the need for robust cybersecurity measures, especially for political parties that rely heavily on social media platforms to connect with their supporters and disseminate information. It serves as a wake-up call for all organizations to strengthen their online security protocols and stay vigilant against potential cyber threats.

As TechWizard, we will continue to monitor this developing story and provide updates on any significant developments. Stay tuned for more tech news and insights from our team.