Hackers announced hacking Zuckerberg accounts in social networks with the password “dadada”

A group of Saudi Arabian hackers OurMine Team on Sunday, June 5, hacked Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter and Pinterest profiles, writes The Hacker News. Crackers said the Facebook founder used the dadada password for his pages.

Attackers discovered a SHA1-hacked password in a database stolen from LinkedIn in 2012, and then were able to access it. Hackers wrote about this on Zuckerberg’s Twitter page. Now their messages have been deleted, and the information on the pages has been restored to their original state.

Ouch. Mark Zuckerberg’s social media accounts have been hackedpic.twitter.com/KvVmXOIg5s– Ben Hall (@Ben_Hall)

June 5, 2016

Hackers also stated that they have access to Zuckerberg’s profile on Instagram, but since the appearance of messages about hacking, some unusual publications have not appeared in it.

A Facebook spokeswoman said that the systems founded by Zuckerberg on the social network or the accounts in it were not hacked.

Mark Zuckerberg stopped posting on his Twitter profile in 2012. On his page on Pinterest posted only four “pins”.

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