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Tracking Twitter users [closed]

Is it possible to get the IP address of the person who posted a comment on my Twitter profile?
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How did the Tweetdeck XSS Vulnerability work

How exactly did the recent TweetDeck vulnerability work? It says here that it had something to do with the HTML heart character but I don't fully understand what the explanation means. From the link : ...
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How do I get the Access-Token and Access-Token-Secret?

Can anyone explain me these terms with respect to OAuth ? Consumer Key Consumer Secret Access Token Access Token Secret Also, when I registered my application with twitter I got the consumer key ...
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Is Tweetdeck authentication really safe?

I have recently installed Tweetdeck, because my previous client stopped working. In my custom client, and in the third party client I have used previously I had to setup authorize the application in ...
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How is HTTPS Everywhere leaking my Twitter session from an incognito window?

I manage a couple of twitter accounts for businesses/websites that are separate from my personal account. For simplicity, I prefer to log in from an incognito window so that I don't need to log out of ...
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Oauth Consumer Secret?

Using OAuth you have a consumer key and consumer secret to identify your application and the user provides an OAuth access token and secret to authenticate your application access to their account, ...
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Twitter.com in private browsing leaks data to normal browser. Other sites as well? Bug or feature?

This is the first time I encountered similar thing. When I log into the Twitter web site in Chrome (namely, the Iron version which is said to be security enhanced, but that does not matter here) in ...
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Preventing Voter Fraud on a Social Media Contest

I'm creating a contest that will allow users to login using their Facebook & Twitter accounts and submit votes on videos. My clients concern is that users will game the system by logging into ...
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Why do services like Twitter have tokens and secrets for 3rd party apps?

I noticed that if you have a 3rd-party Twitter app, you get an access token, and an access token secret, to communicate with Twitter. Why are there two codes? Shouldn't one be enough? Does this mean ...