Videos sent in Twitter direct messages can theoretically be viewed by anyone, a weakness that could be leveraged by hackers, but the company isn’t planning on fixing this flaw
21 December 2022
Twitter has a vulnerability that leaves any video sent in a direct message viewable to anyone on the internet – if they can somehow guess the correct unique web address. The flaw might leave sensitive, personal videos open to theft and could potentially put political activists in some countries at risk. The company has been informed, but claims the issue isn’t a problem.
When you send a video in a Twitter direct message, the company hosts the file on a …