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Friday, September 23, 2022

New Bug Leaves Twitter Users’ Accounts Logged-In Even After Password Change

New Bug Leaves Twitter Users’ Accounts Logged-In Even After Password Change


On Wednesday, the micro -blogging platform bared that a bug left Twitter druggies ’ accounts logged in indeed behind a voluntary word reset which put the druggies ’ data at threat.

Micro-blogging platform Twitter bared that a bug left Twitter druggies ’ accounts logged in indeed after a voluntary word reset. Indeed after changing the watchwords, Twitter accounts stayed logged in on multiple bias and put the druggies ’ data at threat.

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Twitter’s countermove
The company incontinently sprang into action and fixed the bug and to do so, the company had to log out the active sessions of several druggies. Twitter said, “ If you proactively changed your word on one gadget , but still had an open session on another device, that session may not have been closed. Web sessions weren't affected and were closed meekly . To keep your account safe, we logged some of you out. You can log back in to keep using Twitter. ”

For the record, last time, Twitter introduced the bug to change the systems that power word resets. The company said that a piece of direct information was transferred to the druggies who may have faced a log out because of the bug, “ proactively logged them out of open sessions across bias, and urged them to log in again ”.

Problematic present

No end to Twitter’s troubles

Twitter has been facing severe scrutiny from government investigative agencies behind its former head of security Peiter ‘ Mudge ’ Zatko revealed that Twitter’s platform is full of bots and that the company tried to mislead civil controllers about the platform’s safety. Zatko

as well as contended that the Indian government forced Twitter to hand over sensitive data to two of its government agents.

Not to forget, Elon Musk, who was set to buy Twitter in a deal worth 44 billion US bones , backed out of the agreement because of and that Twitter has sued Musk. Given the exposures by Zatko, Twitter is likely to lose the court case against Musk. In short, it's trouble- season for Twitter.

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