Hackers broke into multiple social media accounts owned by Facebook in what was a major tech breach.
A post on Facebook's official account read: "Hi, we are Our Mine. Well, even Facebook is hackable but at least their security is better than Twitter.
“To improve your accounts security contact us: [email protected] (sic).For security services visit: ourmine.org.”
Twitter later confirmed the hack and later released a statement that said: "As soon as we were made aware of the issue, we locked the compromised account and are working closely with our partners at Facebook to restore them."
Seconds after Facebook's Twitter account was hacked, it emerged the cyber-attackers had also breached the social media giant's Instagram page.
Hackers uploaded seven photos of what appeared to be the OurMine logo into the Instagram picture slots.
Facebook previously admitted to a massive hack back in 2018 where nearly 50million accounts had their files breached.
The social networking giant apologised for the major security breach after it came to light.
Measures were then taken to protect another 40million accounts.
Facebook was blasted last year after a fake Morrisons page tried to steal customer information.
Shoppers had been told by the false “Morrisons UK” page that they would recieve £50 vouchers in they liked and shared the page.
It read: “We’re informing every customer that, to celebrate our anniversary, each person who shares & comments below will receive FREE £50 Voucher from us.”
Customers were then told to validate their entry on a separate website.
Daily Star Online has approached Facebook for comment.