The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) struck again Saturday, hacking a Twitter account that belongs to Microsoft.
The Microsoft News (@MSFTnews) account posted the following tweet just after 2:30 p.m. ET, before it was quickly removed.
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“We can only say that’s just the beginning,” SEA member “Syrian Eagle” told Mashable, in an emailed response from an address believed to belong to the group.
The hack comes just 10 days after the group, known to favor Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, took over Skype’s Twitter and Facebook accounts, as well as its official blog. Microsoft, which owns the VoIP service, issued a warning to discourage people from using Microsoft emails following the New Year’s Day hack. Read more…