Twitter requests its 330 million users to change their passwords. As per a blog post shared on May 3, due to getting bug affected, all the user’ passwords were getting stored as text in Twitter’s internal computer system. So, considering users’ safety, Twitter has requested so.

‘We really apologize for such unexpected incident’, as the Chief Officer of Twitter Mr. Jack Dorsey twitted. He also mentioned-‘We have already figured out the problem. Now, there is nothing to worry. But, we also would like to request all of our users to change their passwords.’

After the surveillance gets initiated across the world on how much the online sites secure the users, Twitter jumped into finding out the solution of this issue without late. Previously, Equifax, Facebook and Uber Technology were compelled to admit their faults under strict surveillance.    

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