Think your lover is cheating? Use this to read their txt msgs without them knowing is.gd/sms0ff—
Clay Ramsey (@darkskies4180) September 24, 2012
A spammer hijacked hundreds or thousands of Twitter accounts earlier today in order to send the following message: “Think your lover is cheating? Use this to read their txt msgswithout them knowing.”
Here are a few examples. Warning: Do not click on the link.
People are noticing:
Okay, I think I fixed it. Stupid spammers. Sorry, everybody. If you're ever curious about who unfollowed you, keep it that way.—
Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) September 24, 2012
sorry to anyone that got spam messages from me my twitter was hacked.—
Collin Luetkemeyer (@CLuetkemeyer) September 24, 2012
Oh sorry for the oh sorry. I believe I've been hacked.—
Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) September 24, 2012
my twitter apparently has been hacked i apologize for ne spam—
Taylor Made (@Taylor_Made88) September 24, 2012
ONCE AGAIN, MY ACCOUNT GOT HACKED! IF YOU CLICKED ON THE VIDEO YOU GOT FROM ME VIA DM, CHECK YOUR COMPUTER FOR SPAM! SORRY BABES! LOVE YOU!—
Ella (@ella_nyc) September 24, 2012
This appears to be a significant security breach. If you think your account has been compromised, read this.