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Twitter Hacked 250,000 Accounts Affected

Twitter Hacked 250,000 accounts affectedSecurity news topped headlines as Twitter on Friday said that it detected "unusual access patterns" on its network last week, which indicated that attackers might have accessed the user data of approximately 250,000 users.

The micro-blogging site said that it discovered "one live attack and [was] able to shut it down in process moments later."
The company first detected signs of an attack earlier in the week, which led to an investigation and the discovery of a larger breach.
"This week, we detected unusual access patterns that led to us identifying unauthorized access attempts to Twitter user data. We discovered one live attack and were able to shut it down in process moments later," said Bob Lord, Twitter's director of information security, in a post. "However, our investigation has thus far indicated that the attackers may have had access to limited user information."

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Twitter Hacked 250,000 accounts affected

A quarter-million accounts is a small segment of Twitter's 200 million monthly active users worldwide. However the company offers tips for all of its users going forward, including using strong passwords that mix numbers and symbols with upper- and lowercase letters, not using the same password for multiple accounts, and disabling Java.


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