News of hacking incidents among social media and millions of users’ account credentials being sold online have been making rounds in recent weeks. On Wednesday, 32 million accounts of Twitter users have reportedly been breached, a case that Twitter is confident didn’t happen. Nonetheless, it is the time that users utilize Twitter’s two-factor authentication feature.
Hacked data aggregation site LeakedSource said that Tessa88@exploit.im sent them a copy of Twitter information containing 32,888,300 records, which include a combination of emails, usernames and passwords, TechCrunch reported. In a statement via Twitter, the social media’s trust and information security officer Michael Coates said, “We have investigated reports of Twitter usernames/passwords on the dark web, and we’re confident that our systems have not been breached.” Read more