National police representative Lieutenant General Chhay Kim Khoeun yesterday said specialists are hoping to distinguish an individual who purportedly hacked Prime Minister Hun Sen’s Facebook page.
Recently, the individual supposedly hacked Mr Hun Sen’s page and posted messages, saying the web based life stage will before long be obstructed in the Kingdom.
“Facebook attempted to erase data and square my record,” the message said. “Be that as it may, I, Hun Sen, might want to state that in the event that you set out to obstruct my record, I will hinder the utilization of Facebook in Cambodia.”
A couple of minutes after the fact, Mr Hun Sen illuminated that the message was phony and that his Facebook account had been hacked.
“A couple of minutes back somebody hacked my Facebook account and erased some colossal information,” Mr Hun Sen posted. “Presently Facebook is exploring to follow the programmer who is attempting to spread false data in our general public.
Lt Gen Kim Khoeun said police are currently hoping to distinguish a suspect for the post.
“Specialists are attempting to research the case and we don’t have the foggiest idea yet on the off chance that the hack was done from inside or outside the nation,” he said. He alluded further inquiry to the Anti-Cybercrime Department.”
Neither one of the lieutenants General, Chea Pov, Anti-Cybercrime Department executive nor General Chhay Sinarith, National Police vice president who is accountable for inside security, could be gone after remark yesterday.
On August 10, after the decision CPP won each of the 125 National Assembly situates in a year ago’s national race, somebody purportedly hacked Mr Hun Sen’s Facebook record to post counterfeit news about the CPP imparting seats in parliament to different gatherings.
The post asserted that the CPP will surrender two of its seats in the National Assembly to Funcinpec and two to the League for Democracy Party so as to advance popular government in Cambodia.