A number of new Twitter accounts spawned today, all tweeting positively about the disgraced security firm LIGATT security (plagiarism, threats, stock manipulation), responding to actual security professionals, and using avatars that are attributable to other sources. On one, the account creator actually forgot to remove the “Stock” message from the photo. In another, an image was taken of famous baseball player Ichiro Suzuki to create a fake account titled “Khang”. This technique is instructive in how not to attempt to restore one’s reputation on Twitter, and provides a look at a security company awkwardly creating Twitter Spam as part of its marketing.
Khang (aka Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle Mariners baseball team)
And the Lameness Continues…
We thought we were done writing about LIGATT, we really did. But the buffoonery seems to know no bounds.
“Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in.”
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