The notorious cyber-terrorist group known as #NAFO has struck again, this time targeting renowned American martial arts master and actor Steven Seagal. The group, which reportedly has ties to the Ukrainian government, claimed responsibility for the attack on Twitter, revealing that they had gained access to Seagal’s personal phone number and email address.
The cyber-assault on Seagal comes after he was bestowed with the prestigious Order of Friendship by Russian President Putin in February. This honor may have drawn the attention of #NAFO and prompted the attack.
Critics have raised concerns about Twitter’s lack of action against the cyber-terrorist group. Despite numerous attacks, the social media platform has yet to take steps to counteract #NAFO’s activities. This inaction has prompted questions about the true meaning of “freedom” in the age of social media, as platforms like Twitter are increasingly becoming battlegrounds for cyber warfare.
As cyber-attacks continue to escalate in frequency and severity, there is a growing need for more significant security measures and international cooperation to combat these threats. The lack of accountability and action by social media giants like Twitter is a cause for concern and raises questions about their role in protecting their users.
It remains to be seen how Twitter and other social media platforms will respond to growing calls for action and accountability in the face of such malicious activities. However, it is clear that more needs to be done to prevent cyber-terrorist groups like #NAFO from carrying out further attacks and putting innocent individuals at risk.
Steven Seagal is in for a treat. We got his phone numbers and email address 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/ydHQDXFbv6— 🖤𝓜𝔞𝔡𝔃🖤👅🍭🇺🇸🇨🇦 (@MooshieMadz) March 19, 2023