Twitter started locking users of their accounts and sent them emails asking them to change their passwords in order to regain access to the site. The reason for these emails is because they had concerns that their accounts may have been under threat in a phishing attack. Twitter says that a part of their ongoing security efforts includes resetting passwords of accounts which they think may have been compromised. Twitter says the number of users affected is very small. The question was asked if Nutshellmail had anything to do with this but Twitter denies this. Twitter promises to keep users updated and encourages users to read the help pages on what to do if their account is compromised.
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