Real Madrid Twitter Account Announces Lionel Messi Signing after Hack
Official Twitter account of Real Madrid believed to be hacked, since one post welcoming Messi in club has appeared on its feed.
Just few days after the account of Barcelona was hacked by OurMine hackers, which announced that Angel Di Maria of Paris St Germain had joined Barcelona club as hoax, the hackers group got active again, however this time focusing on Real Madrid's, Winners of Champions League, account.
The Catalan side has confirmed later that their account was hacked, and Real Madrid also become victim on Sat. as time approaches 07:00 in Spanish capital, with one tweet as well as Facebook post reading "Welcome Messi" as posted by goal.com August 26th, 2017.
The post includes a Lionel Messi video of scoring winning goal in 3-2 stoppage-time victory by Barcelona in Santiago Bernabeu last season. The security hacker group - OurMine - has claimed the responsibility after a tweets series as well as Facebook posts via social media accounts of La Liga club.
The post got viral, having more than 27,000 retweets in first 45min. of getting posted. After this again, it does not appear that they are too much interested in bamboozling the social media. OurMine were using the hacks as calling cards. Actually, they are showing that how fragile is the internet security.
Another tweet says that: "Let's get #FCBHack trending on Twitter". Both of them got deleted later, after Barcelona has confirmed that they are victims of hack. Barcelona tweeted: "our accounts have been hacked tonight. We're working to solve the problem as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience."
The hacker group, who hacked a series of high-profile accounts during last 12 months, then follows this with series of tweets that is claiming the responsibility for this hacking, saying: "Internet security is s*** and we proved that."
Nevertheless Barcelona was interested in signing PSG's Di Maria, since they are looking to spend money that was received after selling Neymar.
The tweets have remained public for near about 90min., before they got disappeared from Real's English and Spanish language feeds, although 1 post remained on Japanese account of the club at 7:30am BST. The Facebook posts along with Tweets started to get removed, on Saturday, around 08:00 Madrid local time.
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