Essex Police - 'nuf said.
Their Einstein in charge of electronic fraud kept referring to the mag stripe on a credit card as a bimetallic strip.
Police in Essex, UK, have had a rough day of it after mischievous hackers broke into their Twitter account – and broadcast bogus security tips. Essex Police The dodgy tweet, recommending people use insecure HTTP rather than encrypted HTTPS for online shopping and banking, has since been removed. El Reg readers will know it's …
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"The link in the tweet, a goo.gl shortened URL, directed clickers to nursing.buybooksales.com, which redirects to the website of GCHQ"
"We apologise for previous tweet re #CyberAware; it was malicious & has been deleted - please do not click on the link that was in the tweet.
— Essex Police (@EssexPoliceUK) October 23, 2015"
Did the Essex Police just call linking to the GCHQ "Malicious"?
Hell, they may be marginally brighter than I'd thought!
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