Saturday, 26 August 2017

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Real Madrid became the latest victim of online hacking after their social media accounts were hacked following a tweet and Facebook post welcoming Barcelona star Lionel Messi to the Spanish and European champions.
Bitter rivals Barcelona were the first to be targeted when a bizarrely timed tweet in the early hours of Wednesday morning announced the signing of Angel Di Maria from Paris Saint-Germain.
Barca later confirmed they were hacked, and Madrid also fell victim on Saturday as the time approached 07:00 in the Spanish capital, with a tweet and Facebook post reading “Welcome Messi”.
The post included a video of Messi scoring the winning goal in Barcelona’s dramatic 3-2 stoppage-time victory at the Santiago Bernabeu last season.
The hackers trolled Real Madrid with a video of Lionel Messi’s goal from last year’s El Clasico at Santiago Bernabeu. (Twitter screenshot)
A group named ‘OurMine’ claimed responsibility for the hack. (Twitter screeshot)
OurMine – a security hacker group – claimed responsibility following a series of tweets and Facebook posts via the LaLiga club’s social media accounts.
A tweet read: “OurMine Team here, Internet security is s*** and we proved that. for more security *Not Only FC Barcelona*”
That was followed by: “Let’s make #RealMadridHack Trending.”


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