Simple passwords led to CENTCOM Twitter hack: official

WASHINGTON — The Twitter and YouTube accounts of the US Central Command were easy to hack because the military was using simple passwords, a senior administration official said Tuesday. “Obviously…

WASHINGTON — The Twitter and YouTube accounts of the US Central Command were easy to hack because the military was using simple passwords, a senior administration official said Tuesday. “Obviously…

Source:: Simple passwords led to CENTCOM Twitter hack: official

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