Twitter urges all users to change their password after bug discovered

Company says it has fixed the internal glitch and has seen ‘no indication of breach or misuse’ but recommends precautionary steps

Twitter has urged its 336 million users to change their passwords after the company discovered a bug that stored passwords in plain text in an internal system.

The company said it had fixed the problem and had seen “no indication of breach or misuse”, however it suggested users consider changing their password on Twitter and on all services where they have used the same password “as a precaution”.

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Spacewatch: one step on for space tourism as Bezos rocket lands

Amazon CEO retrieves New Shepard rocket and capsule after suborbital flight piloting way to paying passengers

Blue Origin, the aerospace company owned by Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s chief executive, has completed the eighth test flight of its New Shepard reusable rocket and unmanned crew capsule, blasting off from West Texas on 29 April.

After a 10-minute flight, during which the hydrogen-fuelled vehicle reached a velocity of almost 2,200 miles an hour and altitude of 66 miles, the rocket made a controlled touch down on Earth and the ejected crew capsule parachuted back down too.

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