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Twitter was looking on Thursday into a recent bug that appeared to be storing passwords for more than 300 million users.

According to WBAL-TV: The company said it believes the issue was addressed before users’ passwords could be made public or compromised. In a tweet, it said, “We fixed the bug and have no indication of a breach or misuse by anyone.”

All twitter users should their password for accounts just as a precaution.


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