Does Facebook tech billionaire Mark Zuckerberg know something we don’t about account security and making strong passwords?
It seems recently that Mark ran into a bit of bad luck when several of his social media accounts were hacked, including his Twitter and Pinterest accounts. The hackers, who went by the monicker “OurMine Team,” also took credit for breaking into his Instagram account as well, although Facebook denied that one. Zuckerberg’s Facebook account was apparently untouched.
In one post which has since been deleted, they ragged on Zuckerberg for essentially having one of the easiest passwords to figure out of all time — consisting of only two, that’s right, two letters — which he used across multiple sites.
Ouch. Mark Zuckerberg’s social media accounts have been hacked pic.twitter.com/KvVmXOIg5s
— Ben Hall (@Ben_Hall) June 5, 2016
Tech giant Mark Zuckerberg’s password was… dadada…? Really??
Like the 80s song?
All kinds of stories are out on this with tips on how to create passwords. To sum it up, experts say… that’s just dumb. If you don’t want to get hacked, it is probably a good idea not to make your password one of the most easily hackable passwords of all time, so don’t.
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