Howdy, folks! You’ve probably heard about some of the shenanigans going on at Twitter. The big thing that affects us here is that they’ve shifted their support for developers using their authentication API: communicating less and arbitrarily cutting off access.
We’re updating Exploit: Zero Day to hopefully comply with the new access rules that they announced with very short notice. We’re pretty sure that Twitter login will continue working past April 29, the date they’ve said they’ll shut down some older ways to interact with their systems.
However, Melissa’s Granny Square Colors tool was recently cut off by Twitter with no warning and little explanation after a decade of smooth operation. We don’t trust that Twitter will continue to work for EZD login. For that reason, we recommend the following:
If you log in to EZD using Twitter, add another login method as soon as possible.
You can do this by visiting your account page and connecting a new login identity:
If Twitter breaks, we plan to remove it without attempting to fix it. If you are using Twitter to log in to EZD after that point, you should be able to log in using any other method tied to the email address of your account. If you have trouble, contact us and we’ll be happy to help get you back into the game.