[template id="245201"] LONDON (AP) — Twitter says the hackers responsible for a recent high-profile breach used the phone to fool the social media company's employees into giving them access. The company revealed a few more details late Thursday about the hack earlier this month, which it said targeted "a small number of employees through a phone spear-phishing attack." "This attack relied on a significant and concerted attempt to mislead certain employees and exploit human vulnerabilities… Read at AP News
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