UPDATE: One hour after the attack, GMA has regained control of their accounts. The Facebook posts had been deleted first, then they came out with a tweet apologizing for the profanities. Quick work, GMA- IT!
Uh-oh…. Just now, while looking at my timeline, I saw GMANewsOnline‘s Twitter account posting not the usual news:
Few more tweets came out, which were all explicit.
[Edit - D4rkB1t clarified (see comment section) that he was not the one who posted the profanities on Twitter. Since the username and password were posted, somebody must've logged in after D4rkB1t did.]
I checked with their Facebook page, and apparently, it was also hacked.
I assume the hacker was doing it all out, and was also able to hack their site, because when I typed in http://www.gmanews.tv/, before it can fully load, it redirects me to google.com.
When I checked their site on my other computer, it gave me this:
I hope GMA will be able to fix the vulnerabilities right away. Goodluck, GMA!