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>> Even the biggest titans in the tech space make the mistake of reusing the same password for different accounts, apparently. Social media and tech news sites lighting up with reports that Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg's, Twitter and Pinterest accounts were hacked briefly on Sunday. And the password for those, the not so secure, dah, dah dah.
A group called Ourmine, defacing Zuckerberg's Twitter account with a message now scrubbed but preserved online, reading "Hey, we are just testing your security, please DM us for contact. That group's Twitter account is suspended. According to reports, the hackers claim they found Zuckerberg's password through the details of stolen LinkedIn accounts that were leaked online last month.
Facebook told Reuter's no Facebook systems or accounts were accessed and that affected accounts have been resecured.