Twitter Hack: Around half the teams in the National Football League (NFL) have their Twitter hack and their accounts that have been cracked open on Monday afternoon. As of this time, it is pretty much that point where it would be an end to this story, 15 verified accounts as has been registered with Facebook and Twitter that belong to the teams including the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs, who will contend in the Super Bowl Championship on 2nd February. The hacking group OurMine has taken the blame for the charge, which stated that it was to show the network security levels of the data protection is still low and not efficient and had to be looked after and improving further. This whole incident of Twitter hack seems harmless.
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The NFL team has not responded to a final request for the opinion about the charge and the problem that has happened. Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram account for 15 teams were compromised. Twitter has confirmed the accounts had been hacked via a third-party platform. The reports have many messages sent here and there stating that they are back with a BANG. They are OurMine. And they are here to show the world that everything can be hacked and broke open. They are commenting over the network’s security. The authorities say that as soon as they have come up to this big problem regarding the players’ online reputation and management of social networking sites, they had locked away the compromised accounts, and they are currently working on the partners at the NFL to restore the accounts. Many accounts even had this message that as soon the authorities would be informed about this hack, they had locked the reports and said that they are here to prove that everything can be hacked up.
Some of the accounts which were hacked even had their profile pictures changed or deleted. The Twitter account of OurMine had been taken down on Monday. OurMine had told the news reporters that it has reached out to the NFL ahead of the charge and the hack, and they had offered its services to the league’s security, but they had received no response from the team’s manager. This OurMine Company is currently based in Dubai. In the past, this group has hacked open the companies and the famous personalities from around the world to offer its private cyber safety services. It has cut the Twitter accounts of Netflix, marvel, Google’s chief executive Sundar Pichai and Twitter’s founder Jack Dorsey.
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They had even hacked the website of famous news media and multiple Facebook and YouTube accounts. The first attack had happened early this Sunday morning with a tweet on the Chicago football team the bears. A post on Twitter’s statement explained that it had been sold to a Saudi Arabian official. The team was prized and traded at a price of just $1. Throughout Monday, that hacking group had targeted the NFL‘s own Twitter account with the statements of the Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, Los Angeles Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Arizona Cardinals, and Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They had also hacked the Instagram pages on the very same day. The IG pages of Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys were also compromised and hacked up by the hackers of the developer app OurMine as it happened to be the messiah of the world as they seem to be. They claim that everything can be hacked.
Source: BBC News
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