The Financial Times website and multiple twitter accounts hacked by Syrian Electronic Army

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Syrian Electronic Army hacked the news organistaion The financial times website and multiple twitter accounts today just before 1pm BST.   

The FT blog showed a message  “Hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army” and Twitter accounts including the Lex Column and FT Markets tweeted “The Syrian Electronic Army was here”.

All though the blog post was removed soon after the attack. but it surely took a lot of time to recover those twitter accounts.



The twitter accounts hacked:
[email protected]
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[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
10. @ftwestminister
11. @ftuselections
[email protected] ftvideo
[email protected] ftuseconomy
14. @fttheworld
15. @thelexcolumn
16.chief correspondent (@meganmurp)

A spokeswoman from the Financial Times confirmed the hack this afternoon and said the organisation was “working to resolve” the problems “as quickly as possible”.

Few days ago Syrian Electronic army hacked onion and also stated the process used as phishing.

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