After a series of VIP Twitter hacks in the course of recent months, Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, has got his account hacked on Saturday, a media report said. A gathering by the name of OurMine – the same group that stated credit for trading off Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s and Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s online networking accounts – estimated praise for hacking Dorsey’s record in a tweet. According to an informatic site Infogadget, they revealed that –
After the programmers posted a couple of kindhearted video cuts, a tweet went up at 2:50am ET saying ‘Hey, its OurMine, we are trying your security’ and connecting to their site. That tweet was immediately erased.
The message was connected to a short clip on networking system Vine. “The greater part of the OurMine messages presented for Dorsey (which, starting 3:25am or so seemed to have been scrubbed of the programmer’s tweets), came through from Vine.” the report noted. It may be conceivable because of the way that Dorsey had an old/shared secret key on his Vine account or by one means or another associated it to another administration that was traded off, which could have given OurMine access, the report said.
Recently, the OurMine group hacked the Twitter record of the miniaturized scale blogging website’s Co-Founder and previous CEO Evan Williams. Not long after the news of Twitter Co-Founder Evan Williams’ record hack surfaced on Thursday, another report said that programmers may have utilized malware to gather more than 32 million Twitter login credentials. Hit by a huge information break that put almost 167 million clients’ passwords and individual data in the hands of programmers four years back, LinkedIn turned out with a clarification and steps it has taken to secure clients.