Today Cyberwarzone received multiple Tweets that contained a shortened hyperlink to the job-deals.com website. The first thing that was noticed quickly was that the usernames were all containing the same prefix. [name][number][random].
The profiles have no followers and they are not following anyone either. Weird.
Syrian hackers behind recent attacks on the New York Times and Twitter have warned media companies to "expect us".
The Syrian Electronic Army, which supports President Bashar al-Assad, added it had "many surprises" to come.
Interviewed via email following the UK Parliament's vote against military intervention on Thursday, a spokesman told BBC News: "It's the right thing."
He added: "Military intervention in Syria has many consequences and will affect the whole world.
It looks like AnonGhost declared war on Twitter and Japan as AnonGhost hacker Mauritania Attacker and his team were able to steal 10000 Twitter accounts in a sniffing session. Mauritania Attacker said that Twitter should get prepared for future attacks as this was just a demo to show how scared Twitter actually should be.
Mauritania Attacker leaked thousand of twitter Accounts credentials today, which was hijacked from twitter.
The Account leaked are up for download on file sharing service of Zippyshare. all the account leaks are in plain text format.
The leaked data contains twitter id, twitter nick name, oauth_token, oauth_token secret codes. which can be used to login into the victims account. Hacker also added how to use oauth_token to login into the Account -which can be done easily with the use of tamper data.
The compromised Twitter accounts are the ones of the New York Post (@newyorkpost), from which all tweets have been removed except one urging users to follow @nypost, Brian Lewis (@NYPost_Lewis), Paul Swartz (@NYPost_Schwartz), Mike Puma (@NYPost_Mets) and NY Post Business (@nypostbiz).
From the hijacked accounts, the Syrian Electronic Army posted “Syrian Electronic Army was here” messages.
Communist Vietnam is to ban bloggers and social media users from sharing news stories online, under a new decree seen as a further crackdown on online freedom.
Blogs or social media sites like Facebook and Twitter -- which have become hugely popular over the last few years in the heavily-censored country -- should only be used "to provide and exchange personal information", according to the decree.
Cyber criminals are hijacking control of Facebook, Twitter and Google+ accounts using malicious Chrome and Mozilla browser extensions, according to security firm Trend Micro.
Trend Micro threat response engineer, Don Ladores reported uncovering the scam, claiming that crooks are using a variety of techniques to dupe unwary web users into downloading the bogus account hijacking extensions.
Twitter revealed on Wednesday that government demands for information about users rose in the first half of this year, with US authorities accounting for more than three-quarters of the requests.
Governments submitted a total of 1,157 requests for information about Twitter accounts, with 78 percent of those queries coming from the United States, according to a transparency report issued by the globally popular one-to-many test messaging service.
Twitter reported that it gave US authorities what they sought in 67 percent of the cases.
Facebook has denied having agreed to share data regarding postings on the Gezi Park protests with the Turkish government, as had previously been stated by Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Binali Yıldırım.
“Facebook has not provided user data to Turkish authorities in response to government requests relating to the protests,” the company said in a written statement today.