British Army’s social media accounts were hacked

British Army’s Twitter and YouTube accounts were hacked, with the Twitter account’s name changed and posts related to cryptocurrency appearing. The Army has no leads on the hackers and is investigating. Accounts have been restored, and the Army refrains from further comments until the investigation concludes.

British Army’s Twitter and YouTube accounts were hacked. The name of the Army’s Twitter account was changed, while videos on cryptocurrency, and posts related to NFTs appeared on their feed. The British Army stated there is no evidence as to who may be behind the hacking of the accounts. The accounts were restored to normal while investigations regarding the hacks are still ongoing. Army’s spokesperson stated that there will not be any further comments on the incident until the investigation is complete.