Twitter’s official Twitter account hacked on Tuesday, leaving more than 1.3 million followers and fans unable to see their favorite games and celebrities’ tweets.
The hack, which took place on Tuesday morning, appeared to be the result of an attack by a group of people who wanted to disrupt the official account of the game developer, the game company and the studio behind the game, Game Informer.
According to a statement released by the company, the hackers took advantage of the Twitter’s internal security measures and “hacked Twitter’s entire infrastructure in order to disrupt our services.”
The attackers gained access to an email account of an employee who has worked on the Game Inventor Twitter account for some time, and “a database of our accounts.”
The hackers then accessed the email address of an account associated with the game studio, and obtained access to the database of accounts.
The hackers were able to access the email addresses of all users of the account, including those who did not follow the account to follow the official @GameInventor account, as well as the email account associated for that account.
The accounts of these accounts were not encrypted and were accessible by anyone who was logged in to the account.
This is not the first time Twitter has faced hacking issues.
Earlier this year, Twitter confirmed that a hack that was first reported by Ars Technica had occurred, and said that it was investigating and that the attackers had been identified and had been banned.
The hack affected more than 700 million accounts.
It’s not the only breach at the company.
Earlier in 2017, the company revealed that it had experienced more than 600 data breaches over the past two years.
Twitter said it was working to mitigate these incidents, but it did not provide any details about what steps were being taken to prevent another such incident.