14 thoughts on “Twitter Hacked by Iranian Cyber Army”

  1. I tried to retweet this, but I could not… I am just kidding. I truly hope that this power microblogging website will develop a stronger risk plan against malicious attacks and #fail access services. 2009 was a big coming out for Twitter and the integration in Google search is also a significant win in the search engine battle. Their failure to fight “the internet demons” will give cold feet to moguls like Google who make a bold move to integrate them, thus recognize the strength of this powerhouse.

    Best of luck, dear Twitter. Hope the little bird survives.

  2. It is amazing to see how easily hackers are getting account login information. Whom ever was responsible for the DNS information is probably going to be getting a talking to! Changing DNS records like like changing a phone number under a popular businesses listing in a phonebook. Still, changing DNS is one of the oldest tricks in the books!

  3. This is definitely an embarrassment for Twitter. They are a highly utilized service provider, and any service disruptions are quickly noticed. Hopefully they put together a plan to avoid situations like this in the future.

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