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‘File molestation case against Lalu’: Twitter to Kejriwal

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New Delhi: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, who found himself caught in a cleft stick over his ‘hug’ with the tainted Lalu Prasad Yadav, on Monday clarified that it was the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief who pulled him while he took no initiative and had no intention to embrace him.

“At Nitish Kumar’s swearing-in, Lalu Yadav shook my hand, pulled and hugged me. I did not take any initiative,” the AAP supremo said at the party’s National Council meeting in New Delhi, adding, “We are against his record of corruption and we will always oppose it.”

Kejriwal’s clarification, however, has not gone down well with his detractors on Twitter with some even suggesting that a case of molestation be lodged against Lalu for hugging him against his will.

Here are some of the best tweets on Kejriwal’s remarks and the hug:

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Twitter Confirms Third-Party Involvement in Crypto Hackings

The scam is made to seem more trustworthy as various other compromised accounts reply to the tweet claiming that it works

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Micro-blogging site Twitter has confirmed that a third party software provider is responsible for the series of cryptocurrency-related hackings on its platform.

A Twitter spokesperson said attackers exploited a third-party marketing solution to blast fake Bitcoin giveaway links from a slew of verified accounts, The Next Web reported on Friday.

The confirmation comes days after a number of high-profile public figures and brands including Elon Musk and Google got their accounts breached to propagate malicious cryptocurrency giveaway links.

To make the accounts appear legitimate, the scammers used accounts with Twitter’s own verification mark.

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In such cases, clicking on any of the links in the scam guided users to a page where they were urged to send anywhere from 0.1-one Bitcoin to the scammers — with the promise that they would receive one-10 Bitcoin as a reward, the media had reported.

But the victims never received any Bitcoin after sending money to the scammers.

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The scam is made to seem more trustworthy as various other compromised accounts reply to the tweet claiming that it works.

“The confirmation the hackings originated from a third-party app explains how the attackers managed to run the Bitcoin giveaway scam at such a large scale and in such an organised manner,” the report added. (IANS)