Last month Twitter.com announced sweeping new changes that would make it easier for the social media platform's 300+ million users to communicate.
The changes also made it easier for hackers to gain access to popular Twitter accounts.
Superstar Katy Perry, who has the most followers (89 million), was hacked on May 30 -- just 5 days after the changes were announced.
In short order, a plethora of celebrities found their Twitter accounts had been hacked.
Kylie Jenner's Twitter account was hacked last week. Rap tycoon Drake's Twitter account was hacked Today. Lana Del Rey's Twitter was hacked, as was Mark Zuckerberg's and Jack Black's.
Instagram model Lira Galore's Twitter account was hacked last week, and her nude's leaked to the world.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell became the latest hacker victim today when someone hacked the NFL's official account and pronounced him deceased.
Twitter engineers are scrambling to find the solution to the stop the flurry of hacks that threatens the lifeblood of the social media platform: celebrities.