So what is a hacker? A hacker is someone who breaks into a computer network by unauthorized means. It’s the same thing as a burglar breaking into a house, except the hacker is breaking into the computer network itself. They can steal information from the system or make changes to it that could undermine its effectiveness.
Manoj bajpayee’s Twitter account was hacked on Wednesday, and he posted a number of tweets that were meant for other people. The hackers also posted their own tweets, which were related to the hacking and what the hackers were planning to do in the future.
The hackers posted a lot of personal information about Manoj, including his address and phone number, as well as his email address. They also tweeted about how they had gotten into his account and how easy it was for them to do so. They also said that they would be releasing more personal information soon, although they did not specify when this would happen.
Manoj responded to these tweet by saying that there would be consequences if they released any more information about him but that he was going to take care of everything himself. He then blocked those who had hacked his account from tweeting at him again so he could focus on getting things back under control himself rather than having someone else deal with it for him.
The company says it is working “rapidly and diligently” to fix the problem so that users can regain access to their accounts again. According to The Verge, Twitter has confirmed that the company is working with law enforcement agencies to investigate the incident.
According to Wired, this isn’t the first time Twitter has been targeted by hackers in recent months. In September 2018, hackers accessed nearly 150 million users’ accounts after exploiting a vulnerability in its API software. At that time—just two weeks before Congress passed new legislation aimed at protecting user data—Twitter said it had patched up vulnerabilities within its system.
Many people have been outraged by this hacking incident because it is against Twitter’s terms of service which states that you cannot include anyone else’s personal information such as passwords