“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,” Geoff Earle reports for The New York Post.
“The official did not disclose the passwords,” Earle reports, “which were quickly changed after hackers claiming to be affiliated with ISIS terrorists took over the accounts and threatened military personnel.”
Brief article in full here.
MacDailyNews Take: KeystoneCops?
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]
‘ISIS’ hacks U.S. military social media accounts – January 12, 2015