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Hackers take over Obama, Musk, Apple, and dozens more Twitter accounts in massive bitcoin scam

15/07/2020

It’s a more bizarre day on Twitter than usual. The Twitter accounts of several prominent companies and celebrities — including Obama, Biden, Uber, Apple, Musk, and others — were illicitly commandeered today, in an apparent effort to scam some of their millions of followers out of bitcoin. It’s by far the most...
It’s a more bizarre day on Twitter than usual. The Twitter accounts of several prominent companies and celebrities — including Obama, Biden, Uber, Apple, Musk, and others — were illicitly commandeered today, in an apparent effort to scam some of their millions of followers out of bitcoin. It’s by far the most widespread Twitter hack we’ve seen, even if the accounts were quickly restored to normal. The messages varied in their exact wording, but generally followed a similar format: For example, Elon Musk‘s tweet read: “Feeling greatful, doubling all payments sent to my BTC address! You send $1,000, I send… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin,Apple,Twitter It’s a more bizarre day on Twitter than usual. The Twitter accounts of several prominent companies and celebrities — including Obama, Biden, Uber, Apple, Musk, and others — were illicitly commandeered today, in an apparent effort to scam some of their millions of followers out of bitcoin. It’s by far the most widespread Twitter hack we’ve seen, even if the accounts were quickly restored to normal. The messages varied in their exact wording, but generally followed a similar format: For example, Elon Musk‘s tweet read: “Feeling greatful, doubling all payments sent to my BTC address! You send $1,000, I send… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin,Apple,Twitter
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