Twitter finds ‘bug,’ warns 330 million to change passwords

(Marketwatch) Twitter Inc. TWTR, -0.52% said late Thursday that it had located a bug that stored its more than 330 million user passwords unmasked in an internal log, but had found no evidence of breach or misuse by anyone. Twitter stock was down more than 1% after hours, and closed up a fraction to $30.67 during regular trading.

In a blog post, Twitter said that it recommended its users change their passwords on the service and any others that use the same password.



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