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Defensive Player of Giants Victimized With Hack into his Social Media Accounts


ESPN reports that Avery Moss was badly stunned on June 4 to know the probable dangers that social media carried along ever since outside linebacker of New York Giants incited hack into Moss' accounts with a number of extremely private photos and videos exposed on Twitter. NFL Security fast acted on for deleting the vulgar videos/pictures in just half an hour following the hack. However, further according to ESPN, his Venmo account too became victimized with the hacker's target.


ESPN reported same day that along with the Twitter A/C of Moss, other accounts of his too were hacked such as one on the digital wallet site Venmo. No time was lost to make Giants knowledgeable about the situation, nevertheless, nude photos, which were apparently of Moss, continued to be posted on his A/C prior to getting eliminated while investigation went on. In June, Moss had taken onto Twitter for messaging following a hack into his Instagram A/C.


On June 1, Moss tweeted that as his Instagram got infiltrated, he had to learn the art of using Twitter. Northjersey.com posted this, June 4, 2018.


Security professionals fast eliminated the photos and videos from Twitter, although a few lingering hacks stayed on over other social websites. The hacker had seemingly locked every other A/C which Moss followed. According to Raanan, this possibly was certain effort for showing the speed at which the content had been found.


The hack proved to be an adverse coincidence that faced Moss who entered the NFL Draft of 2017 through its 5th round, the reason partly being red flags for him earlier which resulted in his forced exit from Nebraska's football game after he was blamed for a crude exposure. In 2012, it's reported Moss lewdly faced a girl who was one student worker within one Nebraska situated convenience store. He admitted fault but was prohibited entry to campus for 4 years that resulted in his moving into Youngstown State.


There have been previous controversies too of Moss though he doesn't seem to be at fault. Moss' record contains 14 tackles in all for Giants while playing the rookie year.

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