Another day on Twitter, another illusion of Elon Musk. Pathé, the world's second-oldest cinematographic filmmaker and second-largest European studio, has been pirated to spread the malicious Bitcoin BTC gift links.
To deceive users from encryption, hackers promise to double the investment of those who send a small amount of Bitcoin to their wallet. Hackers also advised Pathé's account to imitate Elon Musk, perhaps in an effort to give more credibility to the fake giveaway.
It seems that Pathé has since been able to recover her account and delete the tweet. He has also updated his avatar and display name to remove Elon Musk's reports. Before it was deleted, the tweet had already stacked over 850 retweets and 3,700 virtues.
The most important part is that it seems that many people have already been the victim of fraud. The wallet-related wallet address has received more than 6 BTCs (about $ 38,000) in just the last 24 hours.
For history, this is almost the first time an incident like this happened on Twitter. Indeed, the micro-blogging service has taken flak for failing to protect users against these encryption thieves for months. In July, hackers were able to occupy an official Fox account to run the same system.
The situation has become so bad that Twitter had to introduce a new rule to prevent people from telling their name to "Elon Musk".
Eventually, Mosque arrived at Dogecoin's creator, Jackson Palmer, for help against the huge army of screams. Unfortunately, this seems to have done little to curb the giveaway fraud boom.
Post November 5, 2018 – 10:56 UTC