• “Change your passwords” says Twitter, after bug exposes all 330 million accounts

    8 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Twitter has advised that each of its 330 million users immediately change their passwords after a bug was discovered that momentarily exposed them in plain text. In a blog post released by the social media company, it was revealed that a bug had been identified that caused the password hashing process (which replaces your password with a random string of letters and numbers) to fail, leaving the unmasked passwords of its users stored in an internal log. According to Twitter, the bug has now been fixed, and an internal investigation has revealed "no indication of breach or misuse by...
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  • How to change your Twitter password

    How to change your Twitter password

    8 monthes ago - By CNN

    Twitter wants you to change your password, but that's not all you should do to stay safe.
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  • Twitter urges its users to change their passwords due to a bug

    Twitter urges its users to change their passwords due to a bug

    8 monthes ago - By Digital Trends

    Twitter is urging its users to change their passwords following a bug that was identified on the platform. While the bug has since been fixed, the company assures users there were no signs of breach or misuse of the passwords.
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  • Twitter to Everyone: Uh, Maybe Change Your Passwords

    8 monthes ago - By PCMag

    Due to a software bug, the company was accidentally storing passwords in clear text over an internal log. So it would like you to 'consider' changing your login info.
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  • Twitter urges users to change 'unmasked' passwords

    8 monthes ago - By Phys.org

    Twitter on Thursday urged its more than 300 million users to change their passwords, saying they had been unintentionally "unmasked" inside the company by a software bug.
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