Twitter Account Hack V2.6.rar
Twitter Account Hack V2.6.rar
hackers can also purchase or borrow a list of social media accounts from various companies. at least one hacker has sold a list of over 300,000 accounts to the public for us$10,000; however, these accounts may be from many years ago. as the situation with the hack at sony has shown, changing your twitter password is not always enough to protect you and your privacy.
the initial hack of the twitter-owned datadumpscanner account had a value of us$10,000, but one of the hackers was then arrested by the fbi and csis with the help of abstergo and laetitia england. the hacker was charged with a federal count of hacking, and was sentenced to 24 months in prison and to pay restitution of us$5,000.  in total, the hack resulted in the theft of hundreds of thousands of twitter user credentials. the hacker known as hector xavier monsegur, or sabu, was sentenced to five years of probation. 
many hackers use twitter to gain the trust of the people they are planning to hack. after gaining their trust, they then use the accounts to gain access to information, such as usernames, passwords, and other private information, that the hackers can use later on.
attackers are usually not trying to monetize your hacked accounts. the hackers are usually not the ones who are selling or selling data from hacked accounts. they are usually there to spread the data so that more people can get the data or so that the data can be amplified. but even then, they aren’t looking for money. the hacker wants to spread the information that you are trying to keep private, says kim zetter, executive editor of wired.com.
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when my brokerage reported a possible hack for 2 days i looked at the stats and noticed a few suspicious things, including a massive transfer of currency. turns out my $0.00 usd transfers were going to some unknown russian entity. all i can think to do was to contact my broker. the next day my account was deleted from the brokerage account . there is no way to reverse the transaction(s). it cost me $100, but the broker covered it.
the account thief used software to lure me into giving my username and password to a scam and once i gave my credentials they did things with it. i was left in the dark until the fbi contacted me and asked for details. this happened after 3 years of not maintaining my own security on line.
this is an old account but it is still active. i do not check the notifications any more so i dont know what the last 10 messages were. i just know that the account was followed by some russian idiots that followed me back. i got threats from them on facebook. i ignored them and they kept following me. 3 days ago they started trying to bribe me to get my password/phone number
the guy who got my info did nothing with it. i never gave him my password and never authorized him to get my number. but my phone number is on file and i did not give it out. this guy (and others) then started to make fake facebook groups trying to get the number, and the number was recorded in one of the groups.