Twitter fixes a security hole that invades messages on Android apps

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Vulnerabilities in Android apps could reveal personal information that only Twitter has pinned on and shared with users. Twitter has released information about vulnerabilities that could compromise the security of the platform. A blog post announced that they fixed a security issue with an Android app that allowed attackers to access instant messages and other personal information through the app. toxic use.

Twitter has released information about vulnerabilities that could compromise the security of the platform. A recent blog post announced that they fixed a security issue with an Android app that allowed attackers to access instant messages and other personal information through the app. toxic use.

Currently, Twitter has found no evidence that this vulnerability has been exploited to its users. However, there is no guarantee it won’t be snooped on in the future, so they’ve updated the app on Android to prevent external apps from accessing Twitter’s in-app data.

Twitter requires users to update the app to the latest version and claims to identify changes to its security processes to avoid similar issues from occurring in the future. This vulnerability does not affect Twitter’s web apps and iOS apps.

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