Often Hacker attacks are malicious nature – usually to dust user data, or to enforce other self-useful interests. A hacker now had the unbridled need to stream the ancient classic Age of Empires. For this he fetched the official Facebook account of a U.S. War ship. Why not?
Instead of Navy inserts there are Age of Empires
Granted, the classic Age of Empires from 1997 is a really good game. Why not handle the LiveStream and talk several viewers with it? That was a hitherto unknown hacker than he the strategy hit on 3 October on Facebook LiveStreamt .
The venue of his live stream is particularly curious at this story. Instead of snapping his own account for it, the hacker chose the Facebook account of the USS Kidd – an American battleship. (Source: Task & Purpose)
Normally, the account reports on the crew and ship s activities, but since October 3, the program was another: Battles in the Stone Age .
The account thief even allowed the joke and changed the Account Type in Gaming Video Creator .
Hacker the craft is laid
After a spokeswoman of the U.S. Navy had confirmed that the official account was chopped , the hacker has meanwhile been the craft.
Facebooks Technical Support had adopted the matter and get access to the account. The six accumulated live stream videos are no longer on the account.
The reactions in the comments of the stream records were very sparse. Some joked which child is back on a gaming mission and many suspected a hacker attack quickly.
Even if the takeover to the streaming of Age of Empires is really funny, a good show he has not delivered: In the one-hour sessions, the hacker did not even be out of the Stone Age. Fail.
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An official Navy account is captured to simply gamble Age of Empires. The hackers did not even good figure in his live streams. Meanwhile, the account is back in the hands of the USS Kidd.