Are you afraid of one of your social media accounts being hacked – and how to clean up the mess after the fact? Let’s take it one step further — what can you do preemptively to make your account more secure. Here are 3 tips to reduce the chances that your Twitter account will get hacked.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the week in news, including the Linux zero day–how it was patched in Android, Twitter users who are still looking for answers, and bot fraud.
Yahoo has announced it will follow in the footsteps of Twitter and Facebook and begin warning users when it believes their accounts have been targeted by a state-sponsored actor.
Some Twitter users are being warned that their accounts may be involved in state-sponsored hacks.
Leeds United-loving football fans appear to have hacked the Twitter account of WWE legend Jim Ross, and announced his death.
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Organisations of all sizes need to do more to protect their social media accounts from being hijacked.
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There are as many hackers as there is sand on a beach – so to get noticed you need to do something a bit out of the ordinary. If you’re not into hacking a big name like … say Sony, that probably means doing what a hacker called “Amped Attacks” has been up to lately: Taking down racist and homophobic sites (for a short time). One by one.
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