I’ve been speaking to the media today about the Twitter hack that saw the credentials of around 250,000 users scooped up by cybercriminals.
During the day, the same questions have been cropping up – and I thought it would be useful to briefly cover them here.
What did the hackers steal?
According to a blog post by Twitter, the hackers stole usernames, email addresses, session tokens and salted-and-hashed passwords (which is certainly better news than if they had stolen plaintext passwords).
What could the hackers do with that information?
A few things…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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