Numerous Twitter users are pointing out that Twitter forced them to change their passwords out of the blue.These users have received an e-mail containing the following message: â��Due to concern that your account may have been compromised in a phishing attack that took place off-Twitter, your password was reset,â�� together with a link for resetting the password.
Although the e-mail itself looks like a phishing attack, itâ��s genuine; it seems that admins at Twitter have discovered something fishy is going on, and theyâ��re trying to prevent further damage before it happens.
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by Laurel Rogers5 years ago
I just received this in my email and am not certain what's going on:_______________________________________________________________________________"Hi, lorlie6Twitter believes that your account may have been...
by Stacie L5 years ago
Yahoo has been in the news lately ,because some hackers broke into their data base and stole thousands of passwords..I've had to log in and out repeatedly and change passwords often Now twitter is reporting the same...
by Jennifer4 years ago
I'm almost sure that Google never texts their customers about their profiles being compromised but I would like to verify this fact. I received this message two minutes ago and it says: "Your profile has been...
by IzzyM6 years ago
Anyone else receive an email from Amazon regarding a password reset? I saw the email and it said my password had been reset as I may have been subject to a phishing scam. I thought the email itself was fake despite it...
by Anath7 years ago
My followers on twitter are getting this direct message from "me" "somebody wrote something about you in this blog here xxx"How is that possible if I am not sending any message to anyone and I don't...
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