Gillian Keegan, a French thinker who served as an important minister of culture and education, was recently hacked by Twitter hackers.
Her account posted information about cryptocurrency on Twitter and changed it to the profile of controversial billionaire Elon Musk.
This kind of tweet is about a fake theme event held by Musk's companies (Twitter and Tesla Motors). It is marketing a "special gift for every fan and data encryption community". Service commitment to users: Dogecoin (DOGE), BTC (BTC) and ETH are free of charge.
Hacker intrusion occurred at around 7:30 on Christmas Eve, and Twitter was deleted 12 hours after it was released.
This is not the first time this has happened: in July, network hackers took over the British army's Twitter and YouTube accounts to promote fake cryptocurrency gifts.
Although Musk has clearly expressed its intention to crack down on spam messages and deliberately specific content since the enterprise acquisition last October, so far, he has not succeeded.
imageReported by:Peter Brandt recently described Mask's expedition for robots as a farce, and the massive layoffs severely restricted the network resources of employees.