American business magazine Fast Company confirmed that hackers broke into its content management system and took control of its Apple News account (CMS).
The monthly publication emphasizes commerce, technology, and design. The publication additionally releases six print issues yearly in addition to its online edition. Tuesday night, Apple News announced on Twitter that Fast Company’s account had been suspended because hackers had posted two offensive messages on it. This cyberattack is the second one that Fast Company has experienced in recent days.
The magazine experienced a similar hack on Sunday, which led to articles on the homepage of the publication being changed to contain vulgar language.