After Linkedin, around 33 million usernames and passwords of the social-blogging service Twitter have been hacked and leaked by a hacker named 'Tessa88@exploit.im'.
The website called 'LeakedSource' which leaked the passwords, claims to have more than 1.8 billion records in its database. It further added, that it got all the data from an id called Tessa88@exploit.im, which also provided data about LinkedIn and Myspace.
Along with the other users, Twitter co-founder Evan Williams's account was also hacked.
However, Twitter has claimed that their systems were not breached and have been working to enhance the security after the other leaks.
Earlier this week, hackers had leaked Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg's passwords but the LeakedSource post said that these hacks did not include Zuckerberg's account.