17 April 2017
More anti BN cyber troopers at work?
Share pic pls
“Sometimes I leave my phone unattended. It’s my mistake that irresponsible people had probably taken the opportunity to clone my phone.”
Umrah pilgrims sent porn from Ku Nan’s phone
PETALING JAYA: Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor is seeing red after learning that 72 umrah pilgrims were sent pornographic images from his handphone.
In an article in The Star that quoted Mingguan Malaysia, the Federal Territories minister, also known as Ku Nan, said the act was unforgivable and that the matter would be investigated by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).
Among those who received the pornographic images through WhatsApp were several imams, who the minister himself sent off to Aceh, Indonesia on Thursday for a religious mission, the report said.
Tengku Adnan said he was made aware of the unsavoury pictures when one of the pilgrims informed him about it.
“Sometimes I leave my phone unattended. It’s my mistake that irresponsible people had probably taken the opportunity to clone my phone,” he added.
“This has happened many times before, but this time it’s worse,” he was quoted as saying.
Jemaah umrah terima gambar lucah daripada telefon Ku Nan
Is this in reaction to the PM’s call to BN cyber troopers to go on the offensive?
Or a scam to get money?
17 April 2017
Police report lodged against fake letter of PM seeking support
An Umno Youth member today lodged a police report over a fake letter bearing the purported signature of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak seeking support from a corporate company.
According to Nazir Hussin Akhtar Hussin, the letter, dated April 6, also bore the purported letterhead of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and Najib’s forged signature. It was sent to a high ranking official of an automotive and construction company, Nazir added.
“With the general election coming up soon, I will like to use this medium to reach out to your humble self and solicit for your support and loyalty. With an amiable personality, such as yourself behind me, I am confident that we will achieve great things working together,” the letter states.
Speaking to reporters after lodging the report at the Dang Wangi district police headquarters this morning, Nazir said he had received a copy of the letter last Friday and he had personally sought clarification from the PMO.
He said the fake letter, a copy of which he also showed to the reporters present, was meant to tarnish the integrity of the prime minister and the PMO.
Nazir added that he believes similar letters were sent out to other corporate bodies and individuals.
Likely a scam
The purported letter, addressed Weststar Group managing director Syed Azman Ibrahim, also stated how his contributions were noticed by Najib.
“Your leadership in your sector has not gone unnoticed, hence you are receiving this letter from me,” reads the letter.
The recipient of the letter was asked to reply to an email, purportedly belonging to Najib.
Najib tells BN cyber activists to go on the attack