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Motive behind Rahul Gandhi's & other Twitter Accounts- Revealed by Legion Member.

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A young boy in India resides with his systems, With a cup of coffee in his hand causing great humiliation to some of the country's biggest personalities.

He with his group which he claims to be around the world, operating by the name Legion. Around the last few weeks, they have hacked some high-profile Twitter accounts, making them the platform to release the account owners' personal telephone numbers, bank account details, and email passwords.

Rahul Gandhi to be the first target followed by Vijay Mallya, and others.


Speaking through encrypted instant-messaging software, one of the hackers claim
"Legion wasn't even interested in “political data” until a few weeks ago.
The group was in possession of several terabytes of raw data concerning all sorts of “interests” and that the hackers had identified gigabytes worth of information relating to Indian public figures. the data was picking the targets for them, not the other way around. Whatever they were finding, they aimed to release. From Dutt's Twitter account, they shared a link to a "partial" data dump of approximately 1.2 gigabytes of her emails."
It's not the end its seems by the tweets made by Legion members from NDTV members twitter accounts, where he declares:-


"The next target would be Lalit Modi, a businessman, former head of India's commercial cricket league, and outspoken supporter of the party currently in power."

He later revealed that 50,000 was an overstatement but said they had access to servers like that of India's biggest private hospital chain, Apollo. He said they were unsure about releasing data from those servers because it might cause “havoc.”

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