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Twitter on Wednesday said that its investigation found “no evidence” that users’ data sold online was obtained by exploiting any security vulnerabilities in its systems. “Based on information and intel analyzed to investigate the issue, there is no evidence that the data being sold online was obtained by exploiting a vulnerability of Twitter systems,” the […]

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Expect the recently leaked database containing over 200 million Twitter records to be an ongoing resource for hackers, fraudsters and other criminals operating online, a security expert warns. “The database … will unfortunately lead to a lot of hacking, targeted phishing and doxxing” by criminals and governments alike, says Alon Gal, CTO at Israeli cybercrime […]

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In August, Twitter admitted that a vulnerability affecting its systems had been exploited to obtain user data. The issue, introduced in June 2021, could have been exploited to determine whether a specified phone number or email address was tied to an existing Twitter account, even for accounts where the information should have been private. The […]

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