Hackers attacked Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's Twitter


Source: RT
Unknown hacked the page of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Twitter. They posted on the Twitter page meaningless letters and words in response to the message of the Iraqi Ambassador in Moscow.

The hacking of the Russian Prime Minister's Twitter page was recorded on 12 June. The Press Service of the Cabinet of Ministers said that currently control over the account is restored.

We are talking about the English version of the account @MedvedevRussiaE. Mysterious messages on Medvedev's Twitter appeared in response to the message of the Ambassador of Iraq in Moscow Haidar Mansur Hadi. He posted few photos from the ceremonial reception of Heads of diplomatic missions in the Kremlin on the occasion of Day of Russia. The answer to him was an incomprehensible phrase written in Latin letters, from which only one word “cucumber” is understandable.

Some users of social networks suggested that in such an unusual way Dmitry Medvedev decided to congratulate the Ambassador on Russia's holiday. However, the second phrase was no less mysterious “Hop cc very very hubby cheers cheers her very vav chi hi”. After this comment, users decided that the English-language Twitter account of the Prime Minister was attacked by hackers. Shortly after publication, both messages were deleted.

Currently, on June 12, the account @MedvedevRussiaE contains congratulation on the Day of Russia.

Earlier, Medvedev's Twitter was hacked in August 2014. Then, in the Twitter account of Dmitry Medvedev, there were ports of his resignation, as well as criticism of colleagues in the Government. The motive for the resignation was based on the fact that the Prime Minister was allegedly ashamed of the Government's actions. In a short time, records on behalf of the Prime Minister scored thousands of retweets, and the Media began to publish screenshots of the hacked page. Subsequently, the Press Service of the Government reported that the account was hacked.

It should be noted that Medvedev started a Twitter account long ago when he was the President of Russia. During a trip to the United States in 2010, Medvedev visited Apple Headquarters and received an iPhone 4 from Steve Jobs as a gift. He also visited Twitter Headquarters, where he created an account and wrote his first tweet. The Russian-language Twitter account of Medvedev has 4.84 million subscribers, the English version has 1.04 million.
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