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Mark Zukerberg Facebook Account Hacked!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by cookiejar, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. cookiejar

    cookiejar Regular Member

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    How ironic is that? His account hacked and wonder why people are in an up roar about personal information and security issues. If the CEO's account can get hacked who's account is really safe at FB?

    This should start opening up alot of eyes and for people to be more vigilant with their info. The internet is the Super Information Highway, but the highway has north and south bound lanes.

    This is too funny. As cocky as that organization is, they needed a stiff jab in the face. Forget like, Now Share THAT!

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    http://www.networkworld.com/news/2011/012611-share-this-mark-zuckerbergs-facebook.html
    
     
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    Kickflip BANNED BANNED

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    Crazy that the "hacker" isn't in it for the money, but rather just to make a statement. He could have easily made $100,000 cash in mere seconds, but took the time to speak his mind instead. Makes me wonder who the guy (or company) is that they would rather make a social statement, rather than the money they obviously could have. Guess they really don't need it.
     
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    That's not always about the Money!
     
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    cookiejar Regular Member

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    That statement they made hacking Zooks account in-itself is like $100K, wonder what IPO implications this will have, their wanting to go public next year, doubt investors will shower them with funds if they have holes in their security features.

    I see it already, their going to have face recognition login soon, where all yo'll need to do is look into your webcam and an app will authenticate based on your image. If they have photo tagging already, this will be a piece of cake.