Facebook might have a lot to worry about, as a Taiwanese hacker has vowed to hack and delete Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page.
The hacker also said he’ll broadcast the takedown live on Facebook on Sunday… that is really daring.
As we all know, Facebook was recently hacked as the company says it recently discovered a security breach affecting nearly 50 million user accounts.
Now a Taiwanese hacker named Chang Chi-yuan has claimed he would take down Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page in a live broadcast before appearing to pull out of the plan.
Chang Chi-yuan told his 27,000 followers he would target the Facebook founder’s own account this Sunday. Then he backtracked today and said he would instead demand money from Facebook in return for flagging up the glitch to Facebook. He added that he had not expected the world’s media to pick up on his plans. He said;
“Broadcasting the deletion of Facebook founder Zuck’s account. Scheduled to go live”.
Some commenters had criticised his plans, with one saying:
“Listen man, if you really have a bug that can take over Zuck’s page, I don’t recommended you do it.
You can just inform them about that bug and you will get rewarded for this.”
Later Chang wrote in a comment:
“I am canceling my live feed. I have reported the bug to Facebook and I will show proof when i get bounty from Facebook.”
The Taiwanese social media celebrity has previously claimed to have targeted the software of major corporations including Apple and Elon Musk’s Tesla.