UK NHS executives’ twitter accounts were hacked to promote ps5 sales scam

A senior executive in the NHS has hacked his twitter account to promote Playstation 5 sales fraud.

Helen Bevan, the chief transition officer of NHS horizon, found that two of its twitter accounts (13.3 million fans in total) were hacked and used to put fake ps5 sales information, according to the BBC.

UK NHS executives' twitter accounts were hacked to promote ps5 sales scam

Beven also paid 110 pounds to a person who claimed to be able to recover his account in 25 minutes, but turned out to be a liar, according to the BBC.

UK NHS executives' twitter accounts were hacked to promote ps5 sales scam

It turns out that Beven did not correctly enable dual authentication on her twitter account. Twitter resumed its account a few days later, but Beven found that someone asked about ps5 in her private letter, suggesting that some people were cheated.

Beven admitted on twitter that she “didn’t have to make the best decision,” but she said she wanted to use her own story to help others avoid similar situations, “double authentication immediately on your twitter account Don’t pay for any account recovery services – instead, you should retrieve your account through Twitter. “

Supply tight ps5 is one of the world’s most popular consumer electronics products, and fraud and the cattle party have been a problem since Sony launched the host last year.