Hacked, the Facebook account of the Var firefighters publishes messages on Cyril Hanouna

“Don’t touch my post: Cyril Hanouna revolts, Valérie Bénaïm at worst on C8, Matthieu Delormeau in full controversy“. Here is the astonishing message published very early this Tuesday morning on the Facebook page of SDIS 83. Followed by about twenty other irrelevant publications, mainly behind the scenes of television.

We talk about Love is in the meadow, the 12 noon shots, the docu-reality La vie en XXL, the bad audiences of William Leymergie, Benjamin Castaldi, Cyril Féraud and Laurent Romejko or even the carton of Yann Barthès.

In the process, the communication department announced on Twitter that the Facebook account of the same service had been “hacked” and specified that it was “doing everything to restore the situation”. Contacted, the SDIS 83 tells us “no longer having control since Monday evening“and that a complaint against X was filed on Tuesday with the gendarmerie. Other messages, in connection with fires or miscellaneous facts, can be even more confusing.

One of the most followed SDIS accounts

Internally, the problem is taken very seriously. “Especially since our Facebook account, which allows us to reach the general public, is one of the most followed SDIS in France, underlines the duty officer. Our 100,000 subscribers therefore no longer have access to our various publications. Which we greatly regret. And then it tarnishes our image.”

Among the priorities, communication on risks and major events. “Such as instructions on fires, ongoing operations, traffic accidents or blocked roads“, we list at the SDIS83. Prevention is also an axis usually addressed, in particular video capsules to avoid drowning or to give the actions to follow in the event of flooding. Another use: reports on the life of the SDIS, different ceremonies…

A call to Cyril Hanouna

A reporting procedure was also sent to Facebook, without an estimate of the processing time. The DSIS therefore calls on the media to relay this “hacking”: “We are still waiting. If Cyril Hanouna, who is mentioned several times on our page, could talk about it on the air, would that perhaps help us recover our account?”

In the meantime, all the messages published refer to an amateur site ITCDNA, which uses the initials of two TF1 soap operas: Here everything begins and Tomorrow belongs to us. Contacted via Facebook, the author did not respond.


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