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Twitter's Security Blunder: More Dangerous Than You Think

2020-06-29 13:00:00| TechNewsWorld

Twitter had a data security problem last week that might sound trivial. Email addresses, phone numbers, and the last four digits of the credit cards used to buy ads on Twitter were left in browser cache after the transaction, and that cache was not secured. This may seem trivial, but the consequences could be far more significant than you might think. Let's explore how.

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