Twitter explained the mass mailing to change passwords

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Microblogging service Twitter messages sent by users of the need to change the password by mistake. It is stated on page status Twitter.

The report said that some accounts were indeed recognized as fallen into the wrong hands. But Twitter inadvertently sent letters demanding to change the password, and users who are not members of one of the alleged victims of hacking.

Service apologizes for any inconvenience and at the same time remind the user of advice on the safe use Twitter. A background article addresses the need to use a complex password, not to pass on suspicious links, do not transfer my party services and protect your computer from viruses.

On the mass distribution of letters, demanding to change the password it describe the eighth edition of November TechCrunch, whose microblog has also been hacked. In this case, what about the number of users has received such messages is unknown.

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