Sundar Pichai’s Quora Account Hacked, Google Says Nothing to Worry

The same group of hackers had infiltrated into social accounts of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg.

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Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google Inc. (Photo: Reuters)

The Silicon Valley biggies have been target of hack attack lately and this week its Google CEO Sundar Pichai. According to reports, Pichai’s Quora account was hacked by OurMine Team, on Monday. The group also tweeted from his account.

Pichai’s account hack comes a week after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg fell into the same trap. However, it has been stated that unlike accessing Zuckerberg’s social accounts via password, this one was more of a light-hearted security drill from the OurMine Team.

Also Read: Only Safe on Facebook: Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter, Pinterest Hacked

Google responded to the hacking claims, stating that the level of hack was very weak, and they have nothing to worry about.

It is becoming increasingly risky for everyone, including the chief of Google to ensure that they are safe from possible hack attempts. Zuckerberg’s paranoia about his security was on show recently, when people spotted taped up web camera and microphone on his laptop.

Also Read: Does Mark Zuckerberg Fear For His Safety? Some People Think So

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