Facebook and Twitter admitted that hundreds of users inadvertently gave access to their personal data through third-party apps. The companies stated the affected users have been using their social media accounts to log in to certain Android applications.

The social media giants were notified about the issue by third-party security researchers, who discovered that One Audience and Mobiburn software development kits (SDK) provided access to users’ sensitive data. The exposed information included usernames, email addresses, recent tweets and posts on both the platforms.

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