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Of course, if you used a different password for each of your accounts, the problem ends here. Unfortunately, if you use the same password for every account, this leak reveals all the information hackers need to get into your email account.
It's always a good idea to keep an eye on websites that track leaked accounts and what kind of information was leaked from them. They're a handy way to keep on top of data breaches and could mean the difference between you securing your account or a hacker getting in before you.
On Friday, in response to a tweet from Representative Jared Patterson about inappropriate content shared from a campus social media account, we shared another post from that account stating that the inappropriate content was shared because the account was hacked. Later that afternoon, we learned that the account was not hacked and the post with that information was not true. As a result, we deleted our reply tweet because we did not want to continue sharing what we had learned was inaccurate information.
Over the past several days, District and campus administrators determined that a staff member reposted the content from another account believing it to be content about self care without actually reading the text of the post. Later, when the staff member realized their mistake, they removed the post and posted that the account had been hacked. When District and campus administrators learned that was not true, the entire account was disabled.
We want to clarify and apologize for recent activity on this account. We mistakenly reshared content that does not reflect our values or those of our campus or district. We intended to share information about self-care and did not full review the material before sharing. That should not have occurred. After realizing the nature of the content, we posted that this account had been hacked, which was not true. We regret the incident and the way we responded. We commit to doing better in the future.
If the hacker has not locked you out, go to settings and navigate to the security option, and log in. Scan through the devices logged into your account and immediately disconnect any that seem unfamiliar to you by clicking on the three vertical dots next to the specific devices. This will temporarily disconnect the hacker and buy you time to gain control of your account. Therefore, move on to step 2a or 2b immediately.
Facebook will also want to know why you suspect your account has been hacked. Hence, look for a trusted friend who can help you establish some clues. Through their account, you can scan your account details and tell if the intruder has;
But in the case of 12,700 taxpaying Canadians, their CRA direct deposit information was successfully changed. Sometimes, multiple CERB applications were submitted through a single profile. The hackers even managed to make monetary claims.