Hackers have hacked the account of Jack Dorsey, co-founder and chief executive of social networking website Twitter.
One group mentions themselves as the Chuckling Squad, saying that they have a reason to hack Jack Dorsey’s account.
It should be noted that the account, which has more than 4 million followers, tweeted that it had extremely provocative and racist comments for about 15 minutes.
Twitter later confirmed that it had regained control of the account.
The Twitter administration said in a tweet, ‘The account is now secure and there is no indication that Twitter’s systems have been compromised.’
According to the Twitter administration, some posted messages directly through the @jack account while others retweeted these messages from other accounts, used the word N, and made anti-Semitic comments regarding the Holocaust.
According to a post, there was a bomb in the headquarters of the social media company.
The Chuckling Squad has recently suffered several attacks on high-profile Twitter accounts, including an account with beauty villager James Charles and YouTube personality Desmond Amofa, known as @ Attica. Who apparently committed suicide earlier this year.
It is unclear at this time how hackers accessed Jack Dorsey’s account.
This is a shameful incident for Jack Dorsey, and many security experts have raised the question of whether these people, of all people, should have received adequate protection to prevent such an attack.