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Bug Bounty, 2 years in

Security on a global platform like Twitter is a 24/7 job – we are constantly evolving to respond to new threats and attacks against our users and our systems. In order to stay ahead of the game we staff dedicated account-, network-, enterprise-, corporate-, and application-security teams, as well as an incident detection and response team.

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Fixing a recent password recovery issue

We recently learned about — and immediately fixed — a bug that affected our password recovery systems for about 24 hours last week. The bug had the potential to expose the email address and phone number associated with a small number of accounts (less than 10,000 active accounts). We’ve notified those account holders today, so if you weren’t notified, you weren’t affected.

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Sunsetting SHA-1

Implementing SHA-256 where we can, and addressing older certificates as needed.

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Better visibility into shared accounts

We’re making it easier to see and manage everyone who has access to your shared account in TweetDeck.

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A new dashboard to help you monitor and manage your Twitter account

Today, we’re continuing to roll out to all users the Twitter data dashboard — a new tool to help you monitor and manage your account.

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Switching your login credentials on TweetDeck

By March 31, you’ll need to use your Twitter credentials to log in on TweetDeck.

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A better way to sign in with Digits

Digits is a new way for your users to sign in to their favorite apps without a password. It’s included in the Twitter Kit as part of Fabric.

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A better way to sign in with Digits

Digits is a new way for your users to sign in to their favorite apps without a password. It’s included in the Twitter Kit as part of Fabric.

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User security and national security surveillance reform

Our support for strengthening a federal bill to restore the confidence of Internet users domestically and around the world, while keeping citizens safe.

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Rules and tools to help you stay smart online

@TwitterAU tips for online safety for Stay Smart Online Week.

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