A mysterious tweet from the US nuclear weapons command center moved the world last Monday! A series of letters and punctuation marks published on behalf of the American federal agency responsible for monitoring nuclear warheads …
The tweeters were immediately concerned about possible hacking by the US Strategic Command … An institution on which the security of the United States depends … Hence the concern! “; L ;; gmlxzssaw”: This is the title of the tweet, which has since been deleted. So hacking, mistakes by a trainee or for any other reason … The verdict came a few minutes later!
Half an hour later the tweet no longer exists and another appears … This explains that the employee responsible for the Twitter account is teleworking … and that for a reason specific to him he was absent from his workstation for a few moments. .. This time of absence allowed his child to access the keyboard and enter key to post this mysterious message …
This understandable little mistake highlights the “dangers” of teleworking, or how a tweet written by a child could have stirred up an entire country! Let’s not forget that teleworking has become something of a standard these days … But that working from home implies the presence of the children, the spouse, the animals … In short, the life around us.
I filed a FOIA request with the US Strategic Command yesterday to see if I could learn about their gibberish tweet.
It found that her Twitter manager left his computer unattended, which resulted in his “very young child” mastering the keyboard. pic.twitter.com/KR07PCyCUM
– Mikael Thalen (@MikaelThalen), March 29, 2021
If you telecommute for the Home Office or the Department of Health and have young children, be sure to finish your session … He shouldn’t make it to say that 100,000,000 doses of vaccines are available, you might believe! Or not !