It’s happening to all the best people, even BBCClick announced with typical humour that their account had been hacked.

The best way you can prevent your account is to choose a complicated password; and if you’re worried about creating one that you can remember here’s how;

If your account is hacked, there are fairly simple steps you can take to claim it back – as outlined by the Efficiency Coach on her blog.

If you get spam DMs, or see nonsense tweets from a normally sensible twitter, contact them and let them know what to do to fix it. I’m off to toughen up my password.

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