Twitter Revealed that It Had Been;

A Developer Holds Many KeysWe knew that bad news was on the horizon more than two weeks ago. That was when the social networking giant Twitter revealed that it had been the target of a sophisticated hack that spilled account credentials for 250,000 users (including this author). At the time, Twitter warned that the hack “wasn’t an isolated incident” and that “other companies and organizations” had be “similarly attacked.” The only question then was “what other companies?” and “how were they hacked?” [Read more…]

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