If someone who knows what they are doing really wants to hack your account on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn – then they quit possibly can do it.
This is what has happened to the owner of Facebook himself, Mark Zuckerberg. His Pinterest account has been hacked by hackers describing themselves as ‘OurMine Team’. They renamed the title of his Pinterest page to “Hacked by OurMine Team” and posted a message saying “Hey, we are just testing your security.” The hackers who did this also posted a link to the @_OurMine_ Twitter account, which has now been suspended.
According to a Facebook spokesman no Facebook accounts has been affected by the hackers.
“The affected accounts have been re-secured using best practices,” the spokesman told according to FoxNews.com.
The hackers who hacked Mark Zuckerberg´s account writes in a now-deleted tweet on Zuckerberg’s Twitter account that they got his password from the 2012 LinkedIn data breach. Mark Zuckerberg apparently used a very weak password according to the ‘OurMine Team’.
You really do have to make sure that you are using different passwords to different accounts on the web if you don´t want to get hacked. It´s impossible to make sure that this never happens to you, but you can to some think to prevent it from happening.