Scrape Zuckerberg was finally awarded an nominal Harvard degree last blackness – 12 years after falling out to launch Facebook.
But hackers confident to steal some of the billionaire’s reverberation by taking control of the university’s Undergraduate newspaper and using its front sheet to hurl abuse at “Zoinkerberg”.
The counterfeit front page appeared on the Red website for about 10 second
Many of the fake headlines claimed that Zuck had “taken” the idea for Facebook.
The primary headline on the page said: “MARK ZOINKERBURG AT IT Besides.”
“I did not steal idea for Facebook,” added added.
Zuck was at Harvard to capture an honorary degree
The billionaire has fought permitted cases against people who accept claimed he copied the idea for Facebook from them.
He paid out about $65trillion (£51million) in cash and stocks to the Winklevoss clone, whose claim that Zuckerberg nicked their aim featured in the storyline of The Social Mesh, a biopic about the geeky detective tycoon.
Other related headlines on the hacked Flush site included “OOPS: MINK PINKLEBINK Circumstantially ‘LIKES’ OWN COMMENCEMENT SPEECH” and “BREAKING: Mork Zinkeltink Zonks all on the Internet”.
The false front event appeared on the Harvard Crimson for some ten minutes before being rigid.
It was later claimed that a match student humour magazine titled the Harvard Lampoon had taken reference for the hack.
A spokeswoman for the Harvard Violent wrote: “A few hours ago, an unofficial user altered The Crimson’s site. We regret any inconvenience to our readers.”