Twitter lifts block on large V accounts while still fixing security feature instability

After a massive invasion, Twitter banned the ability of many accounts to post new tweets because of a bitcoin scam that many large V accounts were hacked. Now, Twitter has lifted the blockade. As of 20:32 EST on Wednesday (8:32 a.m. Beijing time on Thursday), the ban appeared to have been lifted. Then, at 20:41, Twitter announced that most accounts should be able to post tweets again.

Twitter lifts block on large V accounts while still fixing security feature instability

Twitter confirms de-blocking of accounts

“Most accounts should be able to tweet again. As we continue to fix this security vulnerability, this feature may sometimes be non-functional. We are working hard to get the service back to normal as soon as possible. Twitter said.

Although Twitter has not confirmed how the embargo works, it appears to apply only to Twitter-certified accounts. Uncertified accounts are still able to send messages normally, and certified accounts seem to be able to retweet tweets.

Earlier, Twitter confirmed that some users might not be able to post tweets or reset their passwords as the company fixes security issues.