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Troy Hunt
Be wary of claims that 32 million Twitter passwords are circulating online:
It's doubtful that all of them are usable against active Twitter accounts.
Ars Technica Ars Technica @arstechnica
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joriḑ̂îc̠ͤ̚ulous❄️ 9 Jun 16
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did a quick-check here looked ok.. But then i have no idea how thrustworthy that thing is :P
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Dave Webb 9 Jun 16
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Also saw a post from someone including a pic of an email from Twitter today, advising them to change their password.
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javi 9 Jun 16
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that page is sh*t. Claims my email is in a db where it is not. Fame hunters?
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Father Grigori 9 Jun 16
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do we know if its fact? they claim their systems havent been breached, and its thats the culprit...
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Jarred Sutherland 10 Jun 16
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It seem's they confirmed account/passwords being known for some but amassed from other breaches, not from a twitter breach.
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