A hacker has published a list of the tweets Twitter, YouTube, Google, and Instagram have deleted since October 2016, which he says include personal information, emails, and other information.
The hacker, @hackerbot, posted the list in an open-source Twitter bug bounty program.
Twitter did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.
In his post, Hackerbot says he’s published the list to show the “full scope of the [Twitter] attack.”
“This list of all the tweets [and other information] that have been deleted since Oct. 16, 2016 is intended to help other people with similar issues in finding the same,” Hackerbot wrote.
“I’ve included the original Twitter post in case anyone else has a similar situation.
The only reason I’ve made this list is because I wanted to share my experience.
This list is not a complete list, and there are a lot of others that I’m not aware of.”
In his posting, HackerBot said the list is a result of a bug bounty called #TwitterHacker.
It’s possible that Hackerbot is referring to a bug on Twitter that caused some users to receive emails from the Twitter server, and that the emails could contain personal information.
Twitter did not respond to an Ars request for clarification about Hackerbot’s posting.