As we found out today, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is not immune to compromising his own account on his social network. Just after 6 p.m. Eastern Time, began his official Twitter account to post racist and offensive posts, according to CNN . These tweets were quickly deleted. Twitter's official communications outlet confirmed that Dorsey's account was really hacked and is now "investigating what happened." Engadget adds that the source of the hacked messages was the SMS service Cloudhopper. Twitter bought the company back in 2010.
Of course, this situation shows that even if you are the CEO of Twitter, your account can be hacked. To prevent such problems, it is good to not only have a strong password for your account, but you should also change your password regularly. How to change your Twitter password.
How to change your Twitter password
If you know your Twitter password and want to change it, you can do it here in your Android app:  In the app, tap your profile, and then touch Security & Privacy
How to reset your Twitter password
If you don't remember your Twitter password, or if your Twitter account has really been high-reset, you can reset it:
- Go to the Twitter login page and enter your email address, Twitter username, or mobile number associated with your account.
- If you enter your email address or username, then enter the email address where you want the reset message to be set.
- After that, check your Twitter password reset email and click on the link.
- You will then be taken to a website where you can select your new Twitter password.
- If you select the phone number option, enter the number.
- You will see a message that you want Twitter to send a code to your number. Click Continue.
- On Twitter, you send a six-digit code to your phone.
- You will then be taken to the password reset page. Enter the six-digit code, and Twitter will then ask you to enter the new password.
Of course, you may want to delete your Twitter account completely if you feel it is too much trouble.