As red would say
Ashton Kutcher's Twitter profile was hacked on Wedesday to spout pro-SSL graffiti. Instead of the usual updates of the life of Mr Demi Moore, the aplusk account regaled its 6.4 million followers with security warnings, such as the one below. Ashton, you've been Punk'd. This account is not secure. Dude, where's my SSL? The …
I was hijacking session credentials years before FireSheep was ever thought of. Why is this something new all of a sudden?
Because FIreSheep makes it easy, obviously.
Most people with the knowledge to hijack sessions have got better things to do.
What's that got to do with it?
Typo I presumed
I guess he meant updated twitter, not a browser update. Just doesn't read very well.
Except this one from a barely read rag called the New York Times:
I think it was one of the most read articles around the time it was published as well.
That'll be easy to prove. He'll have fallen over and choked on his bubblegum while he was doing that.
It could be the catalyst for Die Hard 4.1.
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