Hackers could bypass protective measures to gain access to locked Twitter accounts

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Twitter has patched an issue that allowed attackers to bypass protective measures for user accounts that have been locked.

Like many web services, Twitter monitors user accounts for suspicious login activity. If it detects something that’s out of the norm, it restricts access and asks the user to enter in either the email address or phone number associated with the account. These enhanced security measures safeguard the Twitter account across every platform until the rightful owner verifies themselves.

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