The extraordinary hacking spree that hit Twitter – targeting some of the most high profile accounts – is drawing urgent questions about the platform’s security and resilience. The company said late Wednesday that hackers took control of employee credentials to hijack the accounts of some of the most prominent political and business figures in the U.S. – from Barack Obama and Joe Biden to Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.
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