Super Junior’s Shindong let his fans know that his Twitter account had gotten hacked.
On May 27th, a mysterious string of numbers and letters were posted on his Twitter, and shortly after Shindong tweeted, “I didn’t write this, what is this? I was staring at it for a long time. It says it was posted on the web, but I don’t use Twitter on my desktop.”
His fans started to get worried that Shindong’s account had gotten hacked, and Shindong tweeted, “I registered for a second line of security. You don’t have to worry now.”
But even after his effort to secure his account, there were continuous attempts to log in to his Twitter, and Shindong warned the hacker by writing, “Who is it? I’m going to report you. Watch out. I’m going to catch all of you.”