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Exile Brewing Company says the woman on its Facebook page is not the work of Exile — it is the work of a hacker.”We are working to fix it. We’ll get it under control,” Exile owner R.J. Tursi said. Tursi said two weeks ago, Exile’s Facebook page was hacked. The profile picture was changed to a woman’s photo. Now, the hacker is making posts from the page.Tursi says there has been no ransom request. He is also confident this has not affected his customers or business because Exile does not sell anything on Facebook.”We sell beer to distributors. We sell food and beer to customers down here,” Tursi said.KCCI spoke to Tommy Castle from LightEdge, an online management and security company, about what to do if you are hacked. “I would reach out to the site that was hacked. Most of them resources on how you can retroactively stop the attack from happening,” Castle said.Tursi has reached out to Facebook.He hopes to regain control of the company’s Facebook page by the end of the week.

Exile Brewing Company says the woman on its Facebook page is not the work of Exile — it is the work of a hacker.

“We are working to fix it. We’ll get it under control,” Exile owner R.J. Tursi said.

Tursi said two weeks ago, Exile’s Facebook page was hacked. The profile picture was changed to a woman’s photo. Now, the hacker is making posts from the page.

Tursi says there has been no ransom request. He is also confident this has not affected his customers or business because Exile does not sell anything on Facebook.

“We sell beer to distributors. We sell food and beer to customers down here,” Tursi said.

KCCI spoke to Tommy Castle from LightEdge, an online management and security company, about what to do if you are hacked.

“I would reach out to the site that was hacked. Most of them resources on how you can retroactively stop the attack from happening,” Castle said.

Tursi has reached out to Facebook.

He hopes to regain control of the company’s Facebook page by the end of the week.

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