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Twitter confirms stolen passwords are real, warns affected users

The recently leaked database containing nearly 33 million Twitter login credentials, including passwords in plain text, is definitely the real deal. In a blog post Friday, Twitter confirmed it started warning users whose accounts may have been affected, as well as locking some accounts and sending a password reset request to the account owners.  SEE ALSO: Someone is selling 33 million Twitter passwords on the dark web Twitter maintains the stolen passwords were not the…

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Twitter confirms stolen passwords are real, warns affected users

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