Zuckerbergs FB page hacked

Written by Agencies | New York | Updated: Jan 28 2011, 06:39am hrs
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerbergs fan page on Facebook was hacked, the second high-profile breach on the site in recent days, prompting the social networking site to post blog entry titled A Continued Commitment to Security.

Zuckerbergs page was hacked on Tuesday. The message that appeared on Zuckerbergs page under his name read: Let the hacking begin: If Facebook needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesnt Facebook let its users invest in Facebook in a social way Why not transform Facebook into a social business the way Nobel Price winner Muhammad Yunus described it http://bit.ly/fs6rT3 What do you think #hackercup2011

The message received more than 1,800 likes before it was removed from the page, CNN reported.

New security features being rolled out included the availability of one-time passwords that US Facebook members could use at shared computers in places such as cafes, airports or hotels where keystrokes might be saved on machines. Facebook said a software bug let a hacker impersonate chief executive Zuckerberg in a comment posted to his public fan page at the website.