Twitter subscribers’ password was temporarily exposed due to the bugs in its systems so Twitter took action immediately.
The passwords of some subscribers were exposed without any encryption technology that would hide the subscriber’s true password. The number of subscribers that have been involved in this problem and how long it has been exposed is not estimated of the company. Twitter urges all 330 million subscribers to change their password immediately for their account security.
Twitter said that they have already fixed all the problems and issue in bug and the passwords and accounts were not accessed without the authorization and not been used or stolen by anyone according to their investigations. Now, Twitter CTO Parag Agrawal wrote about their updates in changing subscriber’s passwords that it should be strong, unique and was not used in any other account in websites.