Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter account hacked

LOS ANGELES Hands type on a computer keyboard in Los Angeles. News that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s rarely used Twitter Linked In and Pinterest accounts were briefly compromised should serve as a reminder that we’re all susceptible to hacking

Now a hacker group named OurMineTeam has claimed that using the LinkedIn information, it has hacked Facebook CEO's Twitter and Pinterest accounts. At least, that's the way Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has been experiencing them lately.

Kylie Jenner, Tenacious D, Keith Richards, and the Ryan Dunn have all had Twitter accounts hijacked.

More importantly, it is not the first hit for this social giant Twitter, also previous year the company's Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and head of Twitter Ventures Anthony Noto's account was hacked and the reason for many spam messages.

And Katy Perry, who has the most popular account on Twitter with 89 million followers, was hit at the tail-end of May, with the attackers sending a string of tweets using homophobic and racist slurs.

The group has claimed that the password leaked through a massive LinkedIn data breach in 2012 with more than 164 million users' data stolen, The New York Daily news reported. After this reporter saying, OurMine Team created another Twitter account and said that "Why Twitter is taking action against us as we are alerting Zuckerberg to maintain safety precautions for his social Networking accounts".

Hackers nearly never simply guess the password.

Password management company SplashData reveals 10 most common passwords which one can easily guess. A company spokesperson said Twitter was confident that it had not been hacked.

Facebook's founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has scheduled his first ever Facebook Live chat session in the social network's own Facebook Live - the social networking website's streaming feature. Shockingly, it turns out that our passwords may be more complicated than his. The source is the LinkedIn hack of 2012. Hackers were trying to sell the information of millions of users online two weekends ago.

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