You may want to change your Twitter password. Social media site hacked

(Photo by Bethany Clarke/Getty Images)
(Photo by Bethany Clarke/Getty Images)

Twitter is the latest target of hackers trying to get passwords.

This time, a Russian seller has put the email addresses, usernames and passwords of about 32 million Twitter users for sale online, ZDNet reported.

The purported seller, Tessa88, is the same person who is suspected of hacking MySpace, LinkedIn and Tumblr.

Tessa said the accounts date back to 2015, but the data was probably gathered by malware, instead of an attack on Twitter itself.

The company responded to recent data leaks online, saying it has been comparing its data against what has been leaked.

Twitter followed that with tips for keeping your account secure.

Earlier this week, the NFL's account was hacked, with someone tweeting that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell had died. Hackers had also taken over Mark Zuckerberg's account this week, BBC reported.

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