55,000 Twitter Accounts Hacked, Passwords Exposed

12 Jun

“Hackers appear to have successfully exposed the passwords of as many as 55,000 Twitter accounts yesterday, sparking the website to conduct an investigation into just how the security breach occurred.”   Security Pro News

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One Response to “55,000 Twitter Accounts Hacked, Passwords Exposed”

  1. Vladimir June 14, 2012 at 11:10 am #

    A number of these cases will only increase with time. LinkedIn, Twitter, eHarmony, who is next? The main issue is a ubiquity of usual (read: weak) passwords users are using. Nowadays recommended password length is minimum 12 characters of mixed letters, digits and other signs, but is ready to follow these recommendations? Not a human, but a software.

    The solution is relatively simple: you need a password management tool which would generate passwords of any length, securely store and automatically distribute them and other data to the requesting WEB sites and OS programs (e.g. Outlook, Lotus Notes, Skype, remote access tools, etc) and for the Windows logon itself. You would not need to know, remember and type these passwords – everything would happen automatically and managed by the security software.

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