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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 …

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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 !!!!!!!!!!

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Huh?

How is a flaw in bit.ly a 'twitter bug'? URL shortening services existed before twitter and will exist afterwards.

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Happy

@Tony Hoyle

"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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