A yoga class taught by the man who hacked the US government’s email system to reveal the NSA’s hacking capabilities has been stolen, according to an analysis by CoinDesk.
The hacker posted a photo of a yoga pants ripped from a class on his Twitter account on Friday, and the post was retweeted more than 3,400 times.
The tweet, posted from a private account that belongs to the hacker, claimed that the yoga pants were taken from the class on Friday morning.
However, when the photo was published on Instagram and Twitter, it was immediately taken down by the Instagram app and the Twitter app, which is used by millions of people worldwide, as it was not verified.
This is a screenshot of a post that was posted on the @thesimpleadyspace account, which has been deleted by the @npr, according (@thesimspleadydspace) January 13, 2021.
However the post appeared to have been shared more than 1,000 times, and was shared by a wide audience, including celebrities and politicians, the hacker’s followers, and journalists.
The photo is from a workshop that was taught by a man named @t_d_joseph and was being taught by an instructor named @sherrykong.
The instructor @tbsherry has a long history of working in the US and other countries, including the UK, and is well known for his extensive work on the email scandal, according a post on the website of the American University in Cairo.
The post has since been deleted, but the account was previously available for use as a botnet.
The class has been the subject of intense scrutiny by cybersecurity experts since the leaks by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, who revealed that the US has been conducting electronic surveillance on millions of internet users worldwide, including some of the world’s most prominent companies.
The hacks are believed to have affected the email system of the State Department, which handles all diplomatic correspondence, including those of US ambassadors and other officials.
The leak also revealed the NSA had accessed the private emails of top members of Congress.
The FBI has been investigating whether the hacking may have involved other US intelligence agencies, including China.