Twitter is the latest social media site that allows users to experiment with posting missing content. Flats, as Twitter calls them, allow its mobile users to post short stories photos or videos such as overlaying text that disappear after 24 hours.
But a bug meant that the fleet was not. Longer access can be achieved even after proper removal and 24 hours have elapsed. Details of the bug were posted in a series of tweets on Saturday, less than a week after the feature was launched. [१ ९ ६५ ९ ००४] The bug effectively allowed anyone to access and download a user's fleet that read the user's fleet. By whom. The implication is that this bug can be misused to store a user's fleet after it expires. [१ ९ ६५ ९ ००३] Using an app designed to interact with Twitter's back-end systems through its developer API. What returned was a list of fleets from the server. Each fleet had its own direct URL, which when opened in the browser loaded the fleet as a picture or video. But even after 24 hours have passed, the server will still return links to the fleet that had already disappeared from view in the Twitter app.
When reached, a Twitter spokesperson said that there was a fix on the way. "We know of a bug accessible through a technical bug, where some flat media URLs may be accessible after 24 hours. We are working on a fix that should be rolled out soon."  Twitter admitted that the fix meant the fleet should now be properly depleted, stating that it would not remove the fleet from its servers for 30 days – and that it would be prolonged if they violated its rules. Can hold fleet. We checked that even after they are finished we can load fleet from their direct URL. [१ ९ ६५ ९ ००३] Fleet with caution. [१ ९ ६५ ९ ०० ९].