Twitter has joined a rapidly growing list of U.S. companies to report a major cybersecurity incident. The social network admitted late last week that it was able to shut down a live attack, but not before hackers may have been able to access personal information on 250,000 users.
The social network said in a Friday blog post that the usernames, email addresses, session tokens and encrypted versions of passwords may have been taken.
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