In a large-scale Twitter hack, thousands of Twitter accounts from media outlets to celebrities, including the European Parliament, Forbes, BlockChain, Amnesty International, UNICEF, Nike Spain and numerous other individuals and organizations, were compromised early Wednesday.
The compromised Twitter accounts is pushing a disturbing spam message written in Turkish comparing the Dutch to the Nazis
Twitter account of another high-profile CEO has been hacked!
This time, it’s Niantic CEO John Hanke, the developer behind the world’s most popular game Pokémon GO.
And it seems like Hanke is so busy with its newly launched game Pokémon GO that he hasn’t noticed or took any measures against it even after over 12 hours of the hack, as the tweets made by hackers are still displaying on his
Twitter account of another high profile has been hacked!
This time, it’s Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
OurMine claimed responsibility for the hack, which was spotted after the group managed to post some benign video clips.
The team also tweeted at 2:50 AM ET today saying “Hey, its OurMine,we are testing your security,” with a link to their website that promotes and sells its own “services” for
Hacking Facebook account is one of the major queries on the Internet today. It’s hard to find — how to hack Facebook account, but researchers have just proven by taking control of a Facebook account with only the target’s phone number and some hacking skills.
Yes, your Facebook account can be hacked, no matter how strong your password is or how much extra security measures you have taken. No
How many more data dumps does this hacker have with him that has yet to be exposed?
Well, no one knows the answer, but we were recently made aware of another data breach from Peace – the same Russian hacker who was behind the massive breaches in some of the most popular social media sites including LinkedIn, MySpace, Tumblr, and VK.com.
The hacker under the nickname “Peace” (or Peace_of_mind
The world came to know about massive data breaches in some of the most popular social media websites including LinkedIn, MySpace, Tumblr, Fling, and VK.com when an unknown Russian hacker published the data dumps for sale on the underground black marketplace.
However, these are only data breaches that have been publicly disclosed by the hacker.
I wonder how much more stolen data sets this
The man who runs the biggest social network and continuously implements new security measures to boost its billion users security, himself failed to follow basics of Internet security for his own online accounts.
Yes, I’m talking about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who had his Twitter and Pinterest accounts compromised on Sunday.
The hacker group from Saudi Arabia, dubbed OurMine, claimed