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US military base Twitter account violated!

Hacker was accused of a series of obscene messages coming from the Twitter account of a US military base last week. Followers of his official Twitter account Fort Bragg were surprised by the sexual content many tweets which began appearing at 4:30 p.m. ET of last Wednesday. Tweets were posted in response to messages containing adult content shared by another user of Twitter.

When the user @ Quinnfinite10 posted a tweet about someone who had complained about the appearance of pubic hair on the page OnlyFans, Fort Bragg's account responded to his post with a message in support of the user and his decision to show off his body hair.

US military base Twitter account violated!

But messages posted on the North Carolina military base's Twitter account, including a sexually explicit comment on a topless photo which was shared on his Twitter page @ Quinnfinite10. The comment posted by @FtBraggNC wrote the following: "My face's, then my boner's and then my face's again before I come up to give you a deep long kiss."

US military base Twitter account violated!

Responding to the base's obscene messages, a Twitter user said: "I'm not surprised that the military bases here are supporting Bush.". Shortly after the obscene tweets were posted, the military base account was deleted.

US military base Twitter account violated!

The 18th Airborne Corps, commanded by Fort Bragg, wrote: "As many of you know, there were a number of obscene Tweets posted on our account. This was not the job of our administrators. THE account he violated us. We apologize to our followers. We have secured our account and are investigating the matter. "

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Fort McGollum, a spokesman for Fort Bragg, told the Fayetteville Observer that the base account had been breached and that the Army Criminal Investigation Department had launched an investigation into the incident. McCollum pointed out that after the incident that took place on the Twitter account of the US military base, they deleted these images, changed them. passwords and reintroduced the two-factor authentication process (2FA). He also apologized on behalf of the US military base to his followers, stressing that they do not know at the moment how this happened.

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