Yesterday, Apple News announced it had disabled the channel of Fast Company, a US-based business magazine, after surprised Twitter users reported it was tweeting offensive comments.
Fast Company was hacked on Sunday, September 25. The attacker responsible modified article titles to obscene and racist things:
“Hacked by Vinny Troia. [redacted] tongue my [redacted]”, one title read.
Fast Company took its site offline to fix the defacement but the hacker successfully got in again on Tuesday via content management system WordPress, in order to push the same offensive text to its followers on Apple News.
Fast Company tweeted on Wednesday: