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Musk, Bezos, Gates hacked: Twitter accounts violated for fraud

Gates, Musk, Bezos hacked: Hackers acquired access on their Twitter accounts Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and many others, on Wednesday afternoon, to make a cryptocurrency fraud. Other accounts that were violated belong to Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Apple, Uber and Square's CashApp.

The first Twitter statement about the incident was:

A few hours later, the platform gave more details about the “coordinated social engineering attack by people who have successfully targeted some of them employees gaining access to internal systems and tools"

The following tweet was posted from Bill Gates' account, but was later deleted. The same tweet appeared a little later.

Gates, Musk, Bezos hacked
Gates, Musk, Bezos hacked

"We can confirm that this tweet was not sent by Bill Gates," said a spokesman for the US businessman and co-founder. Microsoft. "This seems to be part of a bigger issue facing Twitter. "Twitter is aware of the situation and is working to restore the account."

A similar tweet by Elon Musk also appeared and was deleted before another one appeared shortly after.

Gates, Musk, Bezos hacked Twitter

The accounts of Biden, it and Bezos were also violated in its context cryptocurrency fraud.

Following are the tweets from her accounts Apple and Uber:


Following the incident, Uber responded:

According to the clues, more than $ 100.000 has been channeled to the bitcoin address included in the tweets.

Even people who have applied two-factor authentication, reported that their accounts had been breached.

This is not the first time that cybercriminals have broken into the accounts of celebrities to commit a cryptocurrency scam. Elon Musk and Bill Gates have been attacked again.

According to a new update, Twitter has disabled them accounts to deal with the incident.

Note that the fake tweets from the victims' accounts appeared around the same time.

In total, the accounts that were violated (according to the first data) belong to:

  • Bill Gates
  • Elon Musk
  • Jeff Bezos
  • Joe Biden
  • Barack Obama
  • Mike Bloomberg
  • Warren Buffet
  • Apple
  • Kanye West
  • Wiz Khalifa
  • Kim Kardashian
  • Floyd Mayweather
  • Uber
  • CoinDesk
  • Binance
  • Bitcoin
  • Gemini


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