In the past, hackers have been seen attacking official Twitter accounts by well-known people such as Channing Tatum and Mark Zuckerberg. But at the moment, the fast-growing hackers have had a hard time with technology giant Google. Hackers who took over the Google G-Suite account for a short period of time attempted to steal Bitcoin from the followers. Google G-Suite Twitter account seized yesterday according to the incident that erupted Google

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In the past, hackers have been seen attacking official Twitter accounts by well-known people such as Channing Tatum and Mark Zuckerberg. But at the moment, the fast-growing hackers have had a hard time with technology giant Google. Hackers who took over the Google G-Suite account for a short period of time attempted to steal Bitcoin from the followers.

Google G-Suite Twitter account seized

According to the incident that broke out yesterday, Google’s G-Suite official Twitter account was allegedly attacked by a Krypto money fraud.

The account has reached its almost 1 million followers in the page, advertising an unprecedented Bitcoin distribution scam. Hackers sent a variety of messages encouraging users to join Google’S sponsored free BTC distribution campaign. They also reported that G Suite now accepts Bitcoin as a payment instrument. The related twit was as follows:

“Google distributes 10,000 BTC to all communities. We decided to make the world’s greatest crypto gift! Now you can pay with Krypto money at G Suite! Join the campaign. ”

Google account with 1 million users recovered in a short time

However, this process did not last long. Google took control of the account again in a short period of time. But the Twit of the hackers remained on the air for about 10 minutes.

This is not the first time that fraudsters attempt to use Twitter accounts for popular individuals and sites for such scams. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, including many important personalities and institutions in the past, including social media accounts have been seized and made such a share.

Fake Elon Musk’s Bitcoin scam

On November 5, more than 10 confirmed Twitter accounts were attacked by fraudsters for use in krypto money fraud.

The most striking of fraudulent attempts was the discovery of unknown persons ‘ accounts and the substitution of profile information in the form of Elon Musk’s fake account, which was then discarded on Twitter that Tesla’s boss was going to distribute 10,000 BTC. That twit was like this::

“To verify your address, send it from 0.1 to 3 BTC to the following address, then retrieve it from 1 to 30 BTC!”

In this fraudulent attempt to use a fake account, a total of 28 Bitcoins were received from 400 users.

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