the Chief of army, major general Michael Lollesgaard, has had his private profile on the social media LinkedIn hacked.
It confirms the national defense of the DR News.
- There is talk about Michael Lollesgaards private profile on LinkedIn. It contains no sensitive information, and the appropriate bodies are informed about the incident, saying the national defense in a written response.
Michael Lollesgaard says to Ritzau, that there is something that has been compromised in connection with the incident. He says, moreover, that he subsequently has done it, he should.
in addition to that, he has no comments.
In the course of the weekend, however, he was out to warn his network on LinkedIn to open documents sent from him, writes bbc News.
- Sorry for the late notice - I was shut out, but has now made, what you should change password and install two-factor access. Regrets, writes Michael Lollesgaard on his profile.
Michael Lollesgaard informs according to DR News in the advertisement that the hackers have written to other persons from his profile.
the Defence network is physically separated from the public network, and this means that it does not provide direct access to military secrets, if a personal profile is compromised, writes bbc News.