Like Bob Slydell in "Office Space"... they fixed the glitch.
Read about this security screw-up by Twitter that potentially exposed -- thankfully only in an internal log -- the plaintext passwords of 330 million users.
Were you prompted by Twitter tonight to change your password? While you're at it, be sure to enable multi-factor authentication too, if you haven't already.
At Trestle Networks, we work closely with our Managed Security and Managed WiFi (powered by Mojo Networks) customers to be secure their credentials and enforce multi-factor authentication, a PCI DSS 3.2 requirement. Contact me to learn more and subscribe to trestleNEWS to see these daily posts.