Hacked dating passwords
Within the hour of being tweeted, it was liked by her official verified Twitter account, @MELANIATRUMP.
'The First Lady wasn't aware of any of this until I brought it to her attention,' communication director Stephanie Grisham told People.
(Eric Risberg/Associated Press) And according to CBC Radio technology columnist Dan Misener, it's a cautionary tale for all of us.
You might remember that back in May, Linked In confirmed that more than 100 million passwords had been leaked.
The implication is that Mark Zuckerberg, like many of us, used the same password for a number of different sites and services.
During the same weekend news broke about the Zuckerberg hack, news emerged that the social network VK was also hacked, and 100 million passwords were leaked.
If you think you have provided your account details, passport, tax file number, licence, Medicare or other personal identification details to a scammer, contact your bank, financial institution, or other relevant agencies immediately.
Melania Trump's spokeswoman has said that the First Lady 'wasn't aware' that her official Twitter account apparently liked a tweet that seemingly mocks her marriage to the President.
Spread the word to your friends and family to protect them.
A major cyber-attack has hit one of the world's largest adult dating sites.
Once scammers have hacked your computer or mobile device they can access your personal information, change your passwords, and restrict access to your system.
They will use the information they obtain to commit fraudulent activities, such as identity theft or they could obtain direct access to your banking and credit card details.