Oh dear! It’s time to change your Twitter password (again).

According to reports on the BBC’s news outlets, more than 32 million Twitter login names and passwords are reportedly being offered for sale online.

A hacker using the name Tessa88 is asking for 10 bitcoins (£4,000) from anyone that wants to copy the list.

It is not yet clear whether the list is genuine or how it has been compiled. Information about the list emerged in a blog entry on the website of a company called Leaked Source, which has built a database of login data that has been stolen or leaked.

Here at Content Coms, our Head of Digital Matt Hyde is advising companies to take this later cyber security breach seriously and to create new passwords as soon as possible. “We’ll certainly be making changes to passwords for client accounts that we manage,” he commented.

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