• Famous YouTuber Scott Wozniak, Scott the Woz, hacked on Twitter on December 29, 2020
  • The hacker comes by the name “YARIS” on Twitter and has few hundreds followers
  • The Hacker has deleted all the tweets made by Scott Wozniak from his Twitter account and changed the Twitter name to Scott “Yaris” Wozniak
  • Scott the Woz reacted by posting his picture captioned as “Fun day”
Popular gaming YouTuber Scott ‘Scott The Woz’ Wozniak had his Twitter account taken over by hackers on December 29

On December 29, 2020, YouTuber Scott Wozniak (known by his YouTube channel Scott The Woz) has been hacked by a mysterious Twitter user (the hacker) YARIS (Twitter handle: @0436) and the hacker has deleted all the tweets made by Scott Wozniak on his Twitter account. The hacker has also changed the name of Scott Wozniak to Scott “Yaris” Wozniak on YouTuber’s Twitter account.

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According to details, Popular gaming YouTuber Scott ‘Scott The Woz’ Wozniak had his Twitter account taken over by hackers on December 29.

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Scott The Woz is one of the most popular gaming channels on YouTube, boasting over 1.25 million subscribers on the platform while his Twitter has 287K followers.

On December 29, the YouTuber mysteriously had all of his previous tweets deleted and replaced with either nonsensical posts and retweets of pro-hacking websites’ trailer videos.

“Like this and Scott gets his sh*t back within the hour,” one of the hackers said in a post advertising a website by an individual named YARIS.

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the YouTuber Scott Wozniak mysteriously had all of his previous tweets deleted and replaced with either nonsensical posts and retweets of pro-hacking websites' trailer videos.
Image via Twitter

With the account under the hackers’ control, the antics continued with “Scott” posting racist and homophobic slurs.

Scott’s Twitter handle was also changed to advertise the hacking website as @Tw33tr_com.

Scott’s Twitter handle was also changed to advertise the hacking website

Fans of Wozniak, however, decided to show support for Scott Wozniak, fight back and issue mass reports to Twitter, telling the platform that Scott’s account had been hacked in an attempt to save it. As of this moment, the account remains in the hackers’ control.

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Within a few hours, since Scott Wozniak’s Twitter account got hacked, 146K tweets have been posted in the support of YouTuber appealing the platform to save his Twitter account. See some of Scott’s fans’ reactions, in the tweets embedded below.

A fan “KiddyKongFacts” wrote on Twitter, tweet reads “While you’re at it reporting Scott’s account for being hacked also report the hacker’s account (@/0436) for tweeting out links to harmful websites.”

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Another Twitter user ‘BLM | Ultima’ wrote: “Not to say it’d be justified if they were, but it boggles my mind how people who do these sort of hacks like on Scott are the most painfully unfunny people on the planet.”

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So far, Scott Wozniak has posted his picture with Funny face on his YouTube channel and wrote “Fun day” in the caption.

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Scott Wozniak has posted his picture with Funny face on his YouTube channel and wrote "Fun day" in the caption.
Image: Screenshot of Scott’s YouTube post

He, However, hasn’t said anything about his Twitter account.

Who is Scott The Woz

Scott Daniel Wozniak (born: June 2, 1997 [age 23]), better known online as Scott The Woz, is an American YouTuber. His content mostly revolves around video games.

Videos on YouTube: 175+

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Schedule: Weekly (Sunday)

Other Media: Instagram;

Subreddit Username: Scott The Woz

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