- Hackers have managed to post a message on the Twitter account of Google CEO Sundar Pichai. A group called OurMine would sit behind it, reports The Next Web.
The hackers have posted the question-and-answer site Quora via his account Pichai, which is also linked to his Twitter account. Thereby OurMine managed to publish their hack at all 508. 000 followers of Pichai.
The tweets have since been deleted, but The Next Web has a screenshot. The group did earlier this month even though the hack Twitter and Pinterest accounts of Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg. OurMine turned their sights even on Spotify CEO Daniel Ek.
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OurMine own words could hack into the account Pichai through a vulnerability in the platform of Quora. That would be the group reported having made at the company. OurMine, which masquerades as security and offers its services to those who take on the grain group, says that there were only a test. The hackers say never change passwords.