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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s social accounts hacked

World’s biggest social media’s Founder Mark Zuckerberg busy in updating Facebook security lacked to secure his personal Facebook account. The last Sunday Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s social accounts hacked. Facebook account together with Twitter’s and Pinterest accounts were hacked by unknown Saudi Hackers. The hacker(s) — who use the name OurMine Team, managed to get into Zuckerberg’s Twitter and Pinterest accounts, and they also claimed to have broken into his Instagram account, though Facebook has denied the beats.

The account was hacked recently, in a shorter period of time when LinkedIn data was breached last month. Unfortunately, Mark’s account also got pawned by the Hacker group. From there the hacker acknowledged the Mark’s account credentials.

The password was taken in SHA1 hashed string and then was broken and tried on several social accounts.

As more than 167 Million members email addresses and passwords were hacked LinkedIn data breach and had been posted online by the hackers. Though the passwords were encrypted with the SHA1 algorithm with “no salt” that made it easier for hackers to crack them.
The Hackers posted the following picture on Mark’s Twitter Account. Although Mark hasn’t used his Twitter Account
since 2012.
Everything aside, everyone wants to know what Mark’s password really was, well the password wasn’t anything else but a joke of course the password was dadada 😀

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About Kamran Mohsin

Kamran Mohsin
Kamran Mohsin is a Certified Ethical Hacker. Currently working as a Penetration Tester within a private company in Pakistan. He is also doing Masters in information Security. He worked in web development (front-back-end) from recent back years. With the passage of time he took interest in Hacking and started to write blogs on IS from late 2015.

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