Hackers exploiting a security flaw in micro-blogging website Twitter have rendered the site useless by plaguing users with viral messages and third-party websites including websites selling hard-core pornography.
Users of the social media site are reporting messages popping-up and third-party websites opening in their browsers after just moving the mouse over a link.
Messages are also spreading virally exploiting the vulnerability of the site without the consent of users.
You make it sound like free porn that you don't even have to go out and look for is a bad thing.
by TimTurner3 years ago
I found a message board (not going to mention the site) that has tons and tons of security cams and webcams across the WORLD that you can watch.The site is run by hackers that can turn on your webcam without you...
by Alissa Roberts5 years ago
I am currently testing out the new video feature with my latest hub. When I tried to share on Google+, the screen was partially blocked by my video and would not let me write a comment and share with my followers. I was...
by Person of Interest5 years ago
Well, folks. Between Twitter and Pinterest, I did 50+ posts today; both my hubs and a whole bunch of other Hubber's hubs. We will see what the results are... Hope springs eternal...
by John Reid-Roberts3 years ago
I think being able to send private messages to other users would be a great feature. I have followers who joined HubPages just to follow my content, and I would like to be able to contact them directly, but since they...
by Sufidreamer5 years ago
It looks like there is something untoward going on with Twitter mailboxes - a message encouraging people to sign up to a scam site is propagating itself. I received messages from fellow hubbers on there about ten hours...
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