The Twitter Hack That Wasn't

05/09/2012 09:36 am ET | Updated Jul 09, 2012
  • New York Times

Hackers claiming to be part of the Anonymous group released what at first glance appeared to be usernames and passwords for 55,000 hacked Twitter accounts on Pastebin on Tuesday. But a closer look revealed that nearly half those accounts were duplicates and that the vast majority belonged to accounts that had been suspended by Twitter in the past.

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