Usually prefer the hacker to remain anonymous. After all, what they are doing is a crime, so why would want to pirate reveal himself to the world, isn’t it? May possibly reveals some of the Pirates from themselves in order to gain fame, it seems that this is also the case with the pirate Taiwanese Chang Chi-yuan, who announced his plans before the deadline.
In the report from the website of Bloomberg, announced Chang Chi-yuan in his own page on Facebook that he is planning to hack the page of Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook and will delete it as proof of his success. It also announced that it will broadcast live migration which will be done in day 30 of September, and exactly at seven o’clock pm local time in Taiwan, which means ten o’clock in the morning GMT.
However, we’re not sure which is Chang Chi-yuan achieved by this hack, in addition to earn some fame in general, it is likely to be arrested in the event of his success in his mission. However, it has already Company LINE Corp to the inclusion of the name of Chang Chi-yuan in the list of the pirate who helped the police in discovering security loopholes in their systems, so this could be a hack is simply a way to demonstrate the flaws in the systems Facebook.
In both cases, it remains to be seen whether he will succeed in his mission or not, but we imagine that the engineers at Facebook scrambling to thwart the attempts of Chang Chi-yuan to avoid further scandals that hit Facebook on more than one occasion in recent years.
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