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In a story seemingly ripped straight from The Onion, Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook fan page seems to have been hacked this week by some ambitious nerds. Socially conscious ones, too. The hacker(s) posted a message calling on the company to utilize its phenomenal success and transform into a “social business.” The message, seemingly posted by founder Zuckerberg, was quickly removed, but not quickly enough to go by unnoticed, earning 1,800-plus “Likes.” ZUCK ON THIS: Even billionaires get hacked sometimes. The message posted on the page read as such: “Let the hacking begin: If Facebook needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesn’t Facebook let its users invest in Facebook in a social way?” “Why not transform Facebook into a ‘social business’ the way Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus described it? [LINK] What do you think? #hackercup2011″ No word if tickets for the ’11 Hacker Cup are on sale yet, or if any attendee has ever talked to a woman without entering a major credit card number. Anyway, nice work guys. Facebook made no statement about the incident, but if Mark’s page was indeed hacked, should we worry? If the Facebook CEO and Time Person of the Year can’t keep his account secure, who can? NOTE: Become a fan of THG on Facebook!.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook fan page was hacked. The founder’s social site, known for its mix of security flaws on privacy, was the target of a possible breach as the fan page of Zuckerberg contained a . . ..
and#13;An anonymous hacker hacked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page and left the following message:and#13;and#13;and#13;”Let the hacking begin: If facebook needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesn’t Facebook let its users invest in Facebook in a social way? Why not transform Facebook into a ‘social business’ the way Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus described it? [LINK] What do you think? #hackercup2011″and#13;and#13;Hilariously enough, more than 1,800 people “liked” the message before Facebook took down Zuckerberg’s page. At this time, Facebook hasn’t yet divulged details about the hack, and really, they probably shouldn’t tell everyone how to hack their site.and#13;Though seemingly unrelated, this breach of security happened only one day before Facebook announced new security measures being added to the site, such as an option for constant HTTPS connections and social captchas, which are versions of captchas that ask users to identify pictures of their friends rather than type in words obscured by visual effects.and#13;(Help Net Security via Slashdot).
The Facebook page of CEO Mark Zuckerberg appears to have been hit by a hacking attack. ComputerWorld reports that the profile at www.facebook.com/markzuckerberg had a message posted on it which appears to have been left by a hacker. TechCrunch nabbed a screenshot of the offending status update, which read: ?Let the hacking begin: If facebook … .