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HOW TO PICK A NEW PASSWORD, NOW THAT TWITTER WANTS ONE

Yet another service is asking you to change your password.

Twitter said last week it discovered a bug that stored passwords in an internal log in plain text, without the usual encryption. Though Twitter says there’s no indication that anyone has stolen or misused those passwords, the company is recommending

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