Not long after having her account taken over by Turkish hackers, Greta Van Susteren used the opportunity to push her social media book.
check out my book on social media pic.twitter.com/JhmyRijfBf
— Greta Van Susteren (@greta) January 17, 2018
Except, some people found it rather ironic.
After you got hacked? Taking advice from you re: social media? When you don’t even implement basic security procedures like 2-factor-auth?
— William “The Shadow” LeGate 🌊 (@williamlegate) January 17, 2018
Maybe this is a lesson on what not to do?
The chapter on two-step verification was fantastic. https://t.co/rZPCKLFxBs
— Old Rant Dump (@TrumpinTheShark) January 17, 2018
Are you sure Greta wrote that chapter? Might have been ghostwritten.
Does this book cover the potential for hacking?
— Daniel H. Rothweiler (@DrMazda1) January 17, 2018
I think you should have called a kid.
— Mike C! (@HiIamMikeC) January 17, 2018
Wonder how that conversation would have gone.
Did your sense of irony also get hacked?
— 𝕋𝕠𝕞 𝕊𝕔𝕙𝕦𝕝𝕥𝕫 (@tschultzcom) January 17, 2018
I have a feeling its missing a chapter on hacking.
— Justice Warrior ❄️ (@alientblood) January 17, 2018
Chapter 1: Use two step verification
Chapter 2: Use a complicated password
Chapter 3: Don't click unusual links.
— Jay Carter (@CentristSM) January 17, 2018
You mean greta123 isn’t a good password?
blink twice if you're safe now
— Steve McDonald 🌎 (@SKMVT) January 17, 2018
This is not real life. It can’t be.
— Hoodlum 🇺🇸 (@TrumpsareNazis) January 17, 2018
This is DEFINITELY real life.
I love your sense of humor. Too bad more Americans don’t have ine🤔
— Gma27 (@muffy9999) January 17, 2018
All you can really do in these situations is make fun of yourself.