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Ray Ban Hacker on Twitter - How Do You Stop Them?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by The Curator, Mar 18, 2017.

  1. The Curator

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    My account got hacked by this site
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    http://www.rbjdd.com/
    there was an ad and a message sent via my account for this site.
    I have seen many accounts hacked with links for this site.

    Whats the deal with this site? How can you stop the hacking by this site?
     
  2. Reaver

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    That happened to my Twitter account like three weeks ago. I changed my password to one that was 15+ characters and super complicated. It stopped immediately.
     
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    I feel thats what I am going to have to do...
     
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    I changed it twice. The first time I had all letters and numbers in the password. They still hacked into my account. I got an alert from Twitter saying someone signed into my account from Georgia in the US. I live in Illinois.

    So I changed it again to a really long password with uppercase, lowercase, symbols and numbers in it. It never happened again.

    After that I checked my account and they had posted ads for Rayban sunglasses. It made me wonder why they even wanted my account. I have 7 followers, and I'm only following 20 people. I only use that account three times a year for certain niche events.

    So yeah. Just change your password like I did.