PS5: An NHS (UK) Leader Is Hacked By Scammers

News Hardware PS5: An NHS (UK) Leader Is Hacked By Scammers

In the UK, residents also benefit from a public health service, called the National Health Service. Sadly, one of the leaders was recently the victim of a PS5-related attack.

In fact, the BBC and Eurogamer report that Helen Bevan, who works in the NHS for more than 25 years, saw his Twitter accounts hacked and renamed “SupplyPS5” by scammers to promote the sale of fake PS5s. The various accounts total more than 133,000 subscribers, a boon for hackers. According to the BBC, Helen Bevan paid someone £ 110 to get a restoration accounts, but it was also a scam. In fact, it appears that the leader has two-factor authentication not configured correctly, making it easier for hackers.

Twitter was able to get everything back in a matter of days, but Helen Bevan still reported that several private messages questions contained, suggesting that several people were victims of the scam. She also tweeted, grateful for making bad decisionsBut you want to make an example of yourself, allowing others to avoid such concerns. If this story took place on the other side of the Channel, It is not isolated and many accounts are taking advantage of the shortage to set up scams. If you are looking to get a PS5 or Xbox Series X, be very careful with these accounts.

Through MalloDelic, Journalist


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