LONDON: It was recently reported by Forbes that Leaked Sources, a search engine for stolen data, has put 32 million Twitter passwords (stolen by hackers) for sale.
Though, Twitter did not believe it was hacked, but, Leaked Sources thinks usernames and passwords were pilfered via malware infections, though it couldn’t specify how any Twitter credential-theft virus might have spread, reported Forbes.
Fe weeks back, Twitter had recommended its users to get a Password manager App in their phones and computers.
There are two easy steps to secure your Twitter account from hackers!
2. Use their random password generators to create a secure login for you.
All you’ll need to unlock those passwords is your own unique, hopefully-unguessable password. That means across all your web services, you’ll have a secure password that’s incredibly difficult to crack, even if the service provider is approached by hackers.