Hackers posted messages on Jack Dorsey’s Twitter account, hacking his Vine

Saudi Arabia hackers OurMine Team, who previously gained access to Mark Zuckerberg’s social profiles, hacked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account on Vine. Messages posted by hackers automatically appeared on Dorsey’s linked Twitter account.

Hackers who have accessed Jack Dorsey’s Vine account have posted a video with OurMine logo and the text “We are testing the site’s security system”. The note automatically appeared in the linked Twitter account. In addition, attackers renamed Dorsey’s Vine profile to “Hacked OurMine”.

Later, hacker messages were deleted, and the information on the Vine page was restored to its original state. Representatives of Twitter have not yet commented on the incident with the profile of the general director of the social network.

On June 5, 2016, crackers gained access to the profiles of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter and Pinterest. Then the hackers said that the founder of Facebook used the password “dadada” for their pages.

Twitter acquired the Vine mobile app for short videos in October 2012.

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