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Twitter vulnerability forces auto-follow

Ryan Naraine over at ZDNet's Zero Day has the scoop on a new CSRF vulnerability in Twitter that forces users to follow a supposed attacker. While Naraine viewed the POC of this vulnerability no technical details were yet shared -- and Twitter has been notified -- but this is a must-read for Twitter users until the company issues a fix.
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Twitter vulnerability forces auto-follow
Ryan Naraine over at ZDNet's Zero Day has the scoop on a new CSRF vulnerability in Twitter that forces users to follow a supposed attacker. While Naraine viewed the POC of this vulnerability no technical details were yet shared -- and Twitter has been notified -- but this is a must-read for Twitter users until the company issues a fix.

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