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Twitter improves password-reset options, cracks down on suspicious logins

10
May
2014

Almost a year after rolling out two-factor authentication for verifying your logins, Twitter is announcing another welcome security update. This time, its an improved password-reset process and a smarter system for identifying suspicious logins. The new password-reset process is especially useful; now, when you forget your login and need to create a new one, you can specify which phone number or email address where Twitter should send your reset information.

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