Here we go again: Jeep’s Twitter account hacked; Updated

Evidently, Burger King was just an appetizer. Today, it’s Jeep’s turn:

Jeep hacked

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303935161786040320

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303935406544674816

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303935666067238912

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303935907126464513

jeep-we-got-sold

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303936024239824896

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303936137666363392

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303936283842056192

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303936579796357121

jeep-sorry-guys

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303936853600530432

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303937089949544450

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303937219838754816

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303937510164291585

https://twitter.com/Jeep/status/303937602757730304

Anonymous is claiming responsibility:

We can’t wait to see who’s on the docket for tomorrow.

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Update:

Cadillac promises it has nothing to do with the hacking:

That settles that.

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Update:

Looks like all’s well with Jeep once again:

Jeep Twitter page

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Related:

‘We have an alibi’: Fast food chains address Burger King hacking

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