Facebook Hacker attacks the teams of Major League Baseball
Apparently a group of Hackers attacked the Facebook pages of several baseball teams in the MLB (Major League Baseball) by leaving comments of all kinds, one of these for example, saying the Yankees star derek jeter would undergo surgery sex change.
On the other hand, the home of the Miami Marlins announced that it would give a pit bull, which was totally false because the animal is banned in Miami-Dade. At the site of the Chicago white sox (Barack Obama’s favorite team) came a message of support for Republican candidate Mitt Romney and page of the Washington Nationals (formerly Montreal Expos) another notice stating that the team would return to Canada.
The sites of the San Francisco Giants, San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs also submitted comments, but not as much fun as those already mentioned, in place rather left cursing and insults.
All messages have already been removed and has not given an explanation of why anyone would want to attack them. “For a brief period, the Facebook pages of some MLB clubs were hacked and inappropriate material was deployed in them. MLB Advanced Media monitors these Facebook pages on behalf of the clubs and regrets what happened. “MLB said in a statement.
“We are working with FaceBook, security of Major League Baseball and, where possible, with the competent authorities to determine the circumstances that allowed this to happen” em, added the MLB.
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