Twitter hacking spree alarms security experts

The extraordinary hacking spree that hit Twitter – targeting some of the most high profile accounts – is drawing urgent questions about the platform’s security and resilience. The company said late Wednesday that hackers took control of employee credentials to hijack the accounts of some of the most prominent political and business figures in the U.S. – from Barack Obama and Joe Biden to Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.

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  1. We wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principality and powers of darkness and wickedness in high places invisible demons Jesus said. The devil uses people to make people angry and to hurt people. And to cause them to do evil (sin) .
    We must be willing to turn from sin to receive Jesus forgiveness , and to know and live out his teachings 📖. He who does the will of God abides for eternity 1 John 2:17 KJV, NKJV ❤️👑✝️📖🙏

  2. Good grief,the martians are taking over,either way stock market crash going down,seeya nazis!
    New world order won’t happen,peoples power is far too more significant than tyrant wannabes,ok!
    seeya reuters,thanks for nothing:

  3. Gates looks like those life extending drug cocktails are having a reverse affect. He looks about 95 yrs. old.

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