The British Army's Twitter and Youtube accounts were hacked and used to promote cryptocurrency scams. This was confirmed by the UK Ministry of Defence on Sunday.

Although it is unclear when the hackers took control of these accounts, they appear to have been restored to normal.

The Ministry of Defense Press Office stated on Twitter that they were aware of the breach of YouTube and Twitter accounts of the Army and are investigating. 

"The Army takes information security very seriously and is working to resolve the problem."

British Army Twitter Account

Hackers stole the British Army's Twitter page. They changed the profile photo, bio, cover photo, and cover image to make it appear associated with The Possessed NFT Collection. 

 In addition, it sent out a variety of retweets in support of NFT giveaways, and its pinned tweet connected users to a fake NFT-mining website.

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