Threatened with explosions and wrote insults: hackers hacked Twitter founder account

Last night, hackers managed to hack the holy of holies of the social network Twitter - the page of its founder.

and company chief executive Jack Dorsey.

What have you done

Within 15 minutes, hackers controlled the accountDorsey goes by @jack, which has more than 4 million followers. As a result, they managed to publish 15 posts with bomb threats, racist remarks, obscene language with references to the Holocaust and insults.


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After a while, the administration of the service returned control of the page to Jack Dorsey, all hacker messages were deleted.


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Who did this

Accepted responsibility for hacking the pagethe Chuckling Squad group, whose victims previously included beauty blogger James Charles (4 million readers) and Desmond Amofa (@Etika).

Twitter says that hackers most likely gained access to Jack Dorsey's page using a new SIM card from the mobile operator AT&amp;T, which they obtained fraudulently.