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Seeing weird code tweets? TweetDeck hack spams Twitter [Updated]

Seeing weird code tweets? TweetDeck hack spams Twitter [Updated]

An exploit in popular Twitter client TweetDeck has seen the app taken offline and many users' timelines spammed with automatically retweeting code, though more dangerous exploits are also feared. The hack takes advantage of a flaw in XSS code used in several version of TweetDeck, popping up unexpected messages on users' computers, as well as triggering a retweeting storm as vulnerable machines propagated the tweet.

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Secret Service seeking sarcasm detector

Secret Service seeking sarcasm detector

Social networks pose some interesting issues related to communication: tweets and statuses persist beyond the initial sentiment, are often exposed to large groups of people, and lack cues that help determine in what way a statement is meant. As such, certain statements said in jest could land the ones who shared them in hot water.

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