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Microsoft accounts hacked by Syrian Electronic Army

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Microsoft accounts hacked by Syrian Electronic Army

Unread postby Wingman » January 15th, 2014, 2:44 pm

See full article: http://techbeat.com/2014/01/microsoft-a ... onic-army/
Microsoft’s authorised blog and some of its Twitter accounts were hacked over the weekend. Microsoft‘s blog and a couple of its Twitter accounts were breached by a group called the Syrian Electronic Army this past weekend. This hacking came after the New Year’s hack of Microsoft’s Skype blogging site as well as its social accounts.
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Re: Microsoft accounts hacked by Syrian Electronic Army

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