Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe is just the latest tech figure to have his account hacked. The hacker responsible for it told TechCrunch that Iribe’s login information was obtained through a MySpace breach from a few years ago—which should serve as a reminder to change your passwords regularly and turn on two-factor authentication whenever possible. (Twitter’s version of it is called login verification.)
Iribe joins a host of other prominent figures whose Twitter accounts have been breached recently:
Twitter claims to have locked up a number of accounts when millions of Twitter logins made the rounds earlier this month. I’ve reached out to Twitter and will update this post if I hear back.