Twitter passwords bared online
Hackers have apparently published thousands of Twitter passwords after cracking their way into Twitter's user database. If you've received a message from Twitter prompting you to change your password, it's possible that your account was among the 55,000 compromised. The passwords, email addresses and usernames were posted over five Pastebin pages by unidentified hackers - some suspect that hacking collective Anonymous are behind the breach but there's no evidence yet to confirm that.Passw0rdWhat's odd is that most of the affected accounts look like spammy bot profiles and although some do look legit, Twitter has confirmed that more than 20,000 are duplicates and some passwords posted are actually incorrect. A Twitter spokesperson told us, "We are currently looking into the situation. In the meantime, we have pushed out password resets to accounts that may have been affected. For those who are concerned that their account may have been compromised, we suggest resetting your passwords and more in our Help C
Twitter said that it was trying to figure out how user names and passwords from thousands of accounts apparently wound up posted at an online file sharing website.
Wed 9 May 12 from Phys.org
Twitter has launched an investigation after the popular micro-blogging service was breached and details of 55,000 accounts were published on the Internet by hackers. Despite this, it appears ...
Wed 9 May 12 from Techspot
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Wed 9 May 12 from Telegraph.co.uk Tech
Hackers have apparently published thousands of Twitter passwords after cracking their way into Twitter's user database. If you've received a message from Twitter prompting you to change your ...
Wed 9 May 12 from Techradar
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Tue 8 May 12 from Bits NY Times
Twitter is denying claims by hackers that they have published details of several thousand Twitter accounts on text storage site Pastebin. Twitter is claiming the list or nearly 55,000 entries ...
Wed 9 May 12 from RedOrbit
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