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A series of high-profile Twitter accounts were hijacked on July 15, with some of the platform's top voices – including US presidential candidate Joe Biden, reality television show star Kim Kardashian, former US president Barack Obama, billionaire Elon Musk, and rapper Kanye West, among many others – used to solicit digital currency.
Reuters reported that scammers may have received more than US$100,000 (RM427,050) worth of crytocurrency from the hacking spree based on publicly available blockchain records.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is leading an inquiry into the Twitter hacking, according to sources familiar with the situation, as more Washington lawmakers raised alarms about the breach of high-profile accounts on the social media platform.
DIGITAL Penang Sdn Bhd, an agency under the Penang government, has announced technologist Tony Yeoh as its new chief executive officer.
Twitter said on July 18 that hackers “manipulated” some of its employees to access accounts in a high-profile attack, including those of Joe Biden and Elon Musk, and apologised profusely for the breach.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire Jack Ma’s Ant Group is seeking a valuation north of US$200 billion as it goes public in Hong Kong and Shanghai, people familiar with the matter said, kicking off a landmark coming-out party for China’s leader in internet finance.
PETALING JAYA: Silverlake Group has collaborated with a digital platform called Kongsi by providing US$200,000 (RM850,500) technology investment to strengthen risk management and technology innovation.
The proposed deal follows Tencent plan to invest around US$70bil over the next five years in new digital infrastructure. Tencent, which runs the world’s largest video games business and China’s biggest social media platform, has moved to raise fresh capital up to US$20bil.
Twitter Inc, whose internal systems were breached about two weeks ago, said on Thursday the incident targeted a small number of employees through a phone “spear-phishing” attack.
US travel management firm CWT paid US$4.5mil (RM19.08mil) to hackers who stole reams of sensitive corporate files and said they had knocked 30,000 computers offline, according to a record of the ransom negotiations seen by Reuters.