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Bitly Data Breach Hits Facebook, Twitter Users

09
May
2014

The URL-shortening service Bitly has suffered a data breach, and the collateral damage has spread to include Facebook and Twitter accounts. \We have reason to believe that Bitly account credentials have been compromised,\ wrote Mark Josephson, CEO of New York-based Bitly, in a blog posting yesterday (May 8). Because Bitly is among thousands of websites that let users log in with Facebook or Twitter credentials, anyone who did so is urged to change their Facebook or Twitter passwords.

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