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4 Responses to Burger King dethroned in Presidents Day Twitter hack

  1. Adam · 607 days ago

    "Many brands are using tools like HootSuite and If This Then That to allow multiple people to post the a Twitter feed without disclosing the password for the Twitter login itself."

    Are these tools allowed to change the background and profile images too? I thought they only had permission to post tweets?

  2. Ahem 'one person on twitter'? I think you'll find I made the same joke! :-) also I wonder if McDonald's password is McPassword?

  3. Grammer 5-0 · 607 days ago

    to allow multiple people to post the a Twitter feed without ever disclosing the password for the Twitter login.

    • Speller 6-0 · 607 days ago

      Get the a life. And learn to spell (or use a spellchecker).

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Chester Wisniewski is a Senior Security Advisor at Sophos Canada. He provides advice and insight into the latest threats for security and IT professionals with the goal of providing clear guidance on complex topics. You can follow Chester on Twitter as @chetwisniewski, on App.net as Chester, Chester Wisniewski on Google Plus or send him an email at chesterw@sophos.com.