Jeep joins Burger King in Twitter hack club

    Date19 Feb 2013
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
    2009
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Just a day after Burger King's Twitter account was hacked and renamed McDonalds, Jeep is suffering the same fate The account was briefly rebadged, so to speak, to feature a brand new Cadillac ATS, and tweets are pouring out praising Cadillac in the same coarse and thuggish vernacular seen on Burger King's account. The Jeep account also called out several users of Twitter as "da bad guys," one of which tweeted that it was the user @GUHTI_, or ITHUG, who had actually perpetrated the hack.
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