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Someone is selling 33 million Twitter passwords on the dark web

Twitter’s account hacking woes aren’t about to end any time soon.  Days after a number of prominent Twitter accounts got hacked — including those belonging to musicians Katy Perry and Drake as well as Twitter co-founder Evan Williams — nearly 33 million Twitter usernames and passwords are being sold online.  SEE ALSO: The easy fix that could end Twitter’s celebrity account-hacking problem According to LeakedSource, a site that collects databases of stolen login credentials for a number of…

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Someone is selling 33 million Twitter passwords on the dark web

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