Twitter Tells All 330M Users To Change Passwords After ‘Bug’ Discovered


Twitter is recommending that all of its users change their passwords after the company discovered a bug that exposed passwords on an internal system.

“We recently identified a bug that stored passwords unmasked in an internal log,” Twitter announced Thursday.

Twitter, which has over 330 million users globally, said an investigation turned up no evidence of “breach or misuse by anyone.” As a precaution, the company recommended users change their Twitter passwords and enable two-factor authentication to further protect their accounts.

Read more at The Hill.



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