How the Twitter hack highlights the dangers of Slack

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How the Twitter hack highlights the dangers of Slack

Slack holds the keys to its customers’ kingdoms, and has long been aware how problematic that is. Twitter, it seems, may have been considerably less aware. 

Wednesday’s massive Twitter hack forced the company to lock out its own users, temporarily, in a desperately bid to stop the ongoing bleeding. And while it has yet to be confirmed, the New York Times reported Friday that the hacker was was able to access to Twitter internal systems after first gaining entry into Twitter’s Slack account — where, allegedly, he found unspecified “Twitter credentials” that “gave him access to the company servers.”  Read more…

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