Roman Giertych's daughter victim of a scandalous attack. She talked about the details

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Maria Giertych has once again fallen victim to spoofing. Roman Giertych's daughter revealed shocking details.

Roman Giertych's daughter shared shocking information on social media. Maria Giertych informed that she was called by a person who introduced himself as one of the members of the current government. “A metallic voice informed me that my father was dead because he had an accident,” wrote the daughter of a Civic Coalition MP.

Maria Giertych was a victim of spoofing

This was not the first time she fell victim to the so-called spoofing. “The case has been going on for over two years. I guess it's time to wait for the results of the investigation?” – added Maria Giertych, tagging the Polish police in the entry.

In this way, she referred to the situation from 2022, when she received a phone call with death threats if they said even a word about Pegasus. Then the author of the phone call impersonated the office of Jacek Dubois, who is privately a friend of the Civic Coalition parliamentarian. Another time, the criminal, impersonating Maria Giertych's number, sent information about an allegedly planted bomb.

Roman Giertych about the spoofing attack on his daughter

Roman Giertych also commented on the matter. “Our children pay a huge price for our work. The recording is so drastic that X (Twitter) blocked its broadcast. The phone from which the calls were made was also used by criminals two years ago and is also related to the investigation into the Justice Fund,” explained the attorney.

A few weeks earlier, Sławomir Mentzen talked about a similar situation on social media. The Confederation MP said that a cybercriminal impersonating a politician told the police about an alleged bomb planted in a hospital. Previously, the victims of spoofing included: former head of the CBA Paweł Wojtunik, professor Marcin Matczak and Borys Budka.

Spoofing – what is it?

Spoofing, in short, is impersonating someone else's phone number. The user's smartphone displays, for example, the number of a bank or mobile operator, so the person answering the phone believes that he is talking to an employee of a trusted institution. This may lull his vigilance, and as a result he will be inclined to provide information or perform activities that will allow for data extortion.

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