Twitter victims of hijacking have found rubbed accounts being sold in the black market

7905619 s1 293x300 Twitter victims of hijacking have found rubbed accounts being sold in the black marketA Twitter account owner Eric Weaver have tried several times on logging in to his account, however was denied access. He thinks that a hacker has managed to bypass his security details and have locked him out, forbidding him to log in to his very own Twitter account. The sad news doesn’t get any better than this, though.

Weaver discovered, after massive online digging, that his account was being sold in an online black market called the HackForums.net in exchange for $10, with the other Twitter accounts that were accounts. His case isn’t unique as this happens to tons of people as well.

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