Twitter has recently disclosed a vulnerability that indirectly affected users’ privacy. As disclosed, this Twitter bug allowed a browser to store cached files, including the private ones.
In a recent post, Twitter has disclosed a bug impacting some users’ privacy. This bug allowed browsers to store cached files, including private data shared via DM on Twitter.
Elaborating on the details, Twitter revealed that the bug specifically worked with the Mozilla Firefox browser. It did not have any impact on users of other browsers including Chrome and Safari.
Though, this isn’t a serious matter for users who always use single or personal devices to use Twitter. However, for those who logged in to their accounts via shared or public computers using Firefox, this is a privacy concern. As stated in the post,