Publisher 2K have suffered quite the security breach, as pretty much every aspect of their social media presence, from Twitter to Facebook, have been hacked, with those responsible posting their own ramblings across the accounts.
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Hackers posted several messages like, "WWE is fake", and other unsavoury comments about Triple H, Randy Orton, Nikki Bella and more.
At the time of writing, it seems that 2K Games has regained control of both platforms. It's unclear if there was any greater motivation behind the hack than a simple act of trolling. At the very least, we hope that the company's social media account managers have switched to more secure passwords and enabled two-factor authentication.
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