A Tweet from Bill Gate’s Account read “Everyone is asking me to give back, you send $1,000, I send you back $2,000”, encouraging followers to send money in return for more.
Twitter said it was a “coordinated” attack targeting its employees “with access to internal systems and tools”.It added that “significant steps” were taken to limit access to such internal systems and tools while the company’s investigation was ongoing.
UK Government Propose Ban on Easy to Guess Passwords
Manufacturers could be forced to recall non-compliant products and may also be fined. The government is now seeking feedback from consumer groups and industry experts to shape its final legislation.
Other proposals include a requirement that manufacturers state the minimum amount of time they will continue to provide security updates for a product after purchase.
Digital infrastructure minister Matt Warman said that until the law was passed, households should ensure they had changed all internet-linked devices’ default passwords to “protect themselves from cyber-criminals”.
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