I was a bit surprised to hear about the beta of Twitter beta, especially given that it was only three months old.
But even with the beta only three and a half months old, I was excited to get a first look at the platform and its user interface.
Twitter is one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, with a massive following in countries such as the UK, the US, France, and Germany.
Twitter’s users range from college students to professionals, with the platform having over 300 million users in total.
The company has a strong focus on engagement, with users sharing their most memorable tweets every day and participating in discussions that reach over 1.3 billion people worldwide.
In my opinion, the beta was a solid start to the platform, but it didn’t go as far as I expected.
In the last three months, Twitter’s userbase has exploded with over one billion new users a day, with more than 500 million of those being new users.
That growth has made Twitter a prime target for a number of hackers and phishers.
Twitter has had to deal with a number in recent years, but one of its biggest challenges is the fact that many of its users are only a few clicks away from having their passwords and information stolen.
To make matters worse, Twitter has seen a rise in the number of phishing attempts, which have risen by more than 150 percent in the last year.
With this in mind, I decided to investigate how Twitter’s security has evolved over the last five years, in order to understand what’s working and what’s not.
After the jump, I’ll show you how Twitter was able to handle the onslaught of phishers and give you some insight into what’s coming next.