Hacker Does Nuisance before Zuckerberg’s Commencement Speech
A hacker compromised the students' newspaper at Harvard for posting disturbing pictures of Mark Zuckerberg just prior to his commencement speech as alumni of the university since twelve years.
Harvard Crimson of 144-yrs had its front page filled with false news articles along with upsetting photographs of Zuckerberg early May 25. The paper had all over pun-filled jokes pertaining to the chief executive of Facebook.
That was the idea of the hacker to welcome Zuckerberg back into the university. Prior to Zuckerberg rendering a commencement speech, The Harvard Crimson, student newspaper of Harvard University got hacked with the purpose of mocking the Facebook chief executive officer with many bogus headlines along with awkwardly-edited photographs. The most astonishing headlines read "MARK ZOINKERBURG AT IT AGAIN," and "OP-ED: How Come Everyone Talks About How I Stole Facebook But Nobody Talks About How I Murdered Eduardo Saverin," containing a sub-heading that additionally reads "And fed his body to my children."
According to Business Insider, ironically Zuckerberg had broken into the electronic mail addresses of 2 editors of Crimson when he was in the university's sophomore year for catching up with the newspaper engaged in one legal dispute vis-à-vis ConnectU founders, the competitor social network to Facebook. Dailydot.com posted this, May 25, 2017.
However, an encouraging thing for the newspaper's staff is that the hacker did not put up things more NSFW. Presently, back to usual though, Harvard Crimson's top page will always be under screenshots.
Speaking to Business Insider, Derek K. Choi, President of Crimson said in the morning of May 25 that an unauthorized person altered the website of The Harvard Crimson. According to him, the newspaper staff was presently at repairing the hack, adding that the staff regretted any problem thus caused to the newspaper's readers while eagerly waited for the remaining commencement.
Humorous newspaper The Harvard Lampoon, which's also a competitor to Crimson, added one web-link leading onto one article of certain New York magazine that described the hack while showing the title "Slow news day for fake news The Harvard Crimson." The magazine, meanwhile, wrote that the breach quite possibly was from The Harvard Lampoon.
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