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Dubai Police’s social media accounts hacked Staff Reporter / 10 February 2014 The hacker identified as @TheHorsemenLulz attacked the Dubai Police’s Twitter account, posting a message accompanied by an illustration of horsemen wearing Guy Fawkes masks. The Dubai Police’s official social media accounts were hacked on Sunday night. The hacker identified as @TheHorsemenLulz attacked the Dubai Police’s Twitter account, posting a message accompanied by an illustration of horsemen wearing Guy Fawkes masks. “Dubai Police is spying on you, Isn’t it fair that we the people do the same back? hacked by @TheHorsemenLulz,” the message read. The Dubai Police said the official account has been hacked and they were trying to recover it. “Why is this hacked tweet + image still here?? since an hour, how come they didn’t get rid of it yet?” wondered @Dantani in a tweet. A check on the Twitter account later in the night revealed that the authorites were working to fix the glitch. “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist! Thanks for noticing — we’re going to fix it up and have things back to normal soon,” a message on the account said. The hacker also posted a photo of the Dubai Police’s Tumblr account. “Tumblr account of Dubai Police has been hacked,” TheHorsemen posted. The hacker listed Pinterest and LinkedIn as other Dubai Police accounts that have been hacked. –email@example.com For more news from Khaleej Times, follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/khaleejtimes , and on Twitter at @khaleejtimes Continue reading →
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