In September, Instagram was hacked by the Chinese military, which has denied responsibility.
But a few days later, it announced a security update that could fix the vulnerability.
A few days after that, the Chinese government announced that the company had been hacked and had installed an update.
Since then, the company has released a patch for all affected users, though it has yet to offer any details on how users can prevent themselves from being compromised.
The company’s Twitter account has since been hacked again, this time by hackers calling themselves the “Chinese Cyber Fighters.”
In a message on Twitter on Monday, Instagram said it had fixed the vulnerability and that it was “taking steps to ensure users can continue to use Instagram without any risk.”
But that didn’t stop the hacker group from launching a massive attack on the company’s servers and stealing data from the company.
As of Tuesday morning, the hackers had gained control of the company website, and a few hours later Instagram confirmed the hack.
They also posted the email addresses and contact information for the company and the company accounts for those who had been affected.
Instagram said they were still working to identify the attackers and make sure the information wasn’t compromised.
Instagram also said it was working with security experts to determine whether the data breach could have been an outside actor.
Instagram did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.