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Mon Aug 15 2022

Another technology company bites the data leakage dust

another technology provider bites the dust with data leak

San-Francisco based Twilio is a cloud communication platform as a service (CPaaS). It helps create customer experiences via building blocks—APIs. Twilio is trusted by over 200,000 active corporate customers, among which companies like Spotify, Twitter, Netflix, and Airbnb.

It seems that following a phishing attack on employees, a data leakage occurred which may have affected millions of end-users.

For the full story, Security Boulevard tells it best

Twilio Fails Simple Test — Leaks Private Data via Phishing

Twilio (NYSE:TWLO) customer data has leaked—after a simple phishing attack on employees.

Security BoulevardRichi Jennings


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