The incident changed into accomplished after Fast Company information become hacked via a person identified as "Thrax.

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Although a call was discovered, it remains doubtful who is the man or woman in the back of this hack.


Different screenshots from several iPhone customers who are careworn circulated on Twitter.

 A document from The Verge additionally showed that a few users who were now not subscribed to Fast Company also acquired these notifications.

The incident was done after Fast Company news was hacked by someone identified as "Thrax." Although a name was revealed, it remains unclear who is the person behind this hack.

Different screenshots from several iPhone users who are confused circulated on Twitter.

 A report from The Verge also confirmed that some users who were not subscribed to Fast Company also received these notifications.

The message from "postpixel" was also on the site before it got deleted, and it described how the hackers got access to vandalize the articles and notifications.

A tweet from Apple News revealed that Fast Company's channel has been disabled on the platform. The alert was described as "incredibly offensive."