Twitter saved every users’ unencrypted password to an unprotected log file

The company announced on Thursday it discovered a bug that saved user passwords unprotected on an internal log.


Possibly one of the biggest faux-paus I’ve seen from a tech company this year. It’s either this or CommBank losing a magnetic tape with all their customer’s banking data from 2004 onwards…

Source: Twitter says all 336 million users should change their passwords

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