The Month Of Twitter Bugs has begun with the publication of a flaw in a URL shortening service often used in conjunction with the microblogging service. Four cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in the bit.ly URL-shrinking service were published on Wednesday. TweetDeck, one of the most popular Twitter clients, integrates …
Hacking Twitter ?
You mean people may be able to make self-absorbed comments and over-thought witty asides on my behalf without my say so ?
DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL !!!!!!!!!!
How is a flaw in bit.ly a 'twitter bug'? URL shortening services existed before twitter and will exist afterwards.
"TweetDeck, one of the most popular Twitter clients, integrates bit.ly, making the flaws much more risky than might otherwise be the case."
"Twitter" for this "month of X bugs" is more than just the service itself, but includes the various common ways of interacting with the service.
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