Syrian Electronic Army claims responsibility for Thomson Reuters Twitter hack
The Thomson Reuters Twitter account is now back to normal, after temporarily being suspended following a hack.
The hack, for which the Syrian Electronic Army has now taken responsibility, saw a series of cartoons being posted from the news agency.
A spokesperson told the WSJ: “In this time, unauthorized individuals have posted fabricated tweets of which Thomson Reuters is not the source.”
The SEA has previously attacked accounts such as Associated Press and Financial Times.