Security experts said that the Twitter accounts compromising began on March 6, 2009, with the social network saying that criminals hijacked about 750 accounts during the entire course of the assault.
Twitter also suggested that any user who might have unknowingly replied to the message need to reset his Twitter account password instantly.
This involves choosing long and strong passwords, which include both uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and special characters.
Using the same password over multiple services is highly discouraged, but if it can't be avoided, people should at least use different passwords for sensitive accounts such as the ones for online banking or payment services.
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