Twitter is recommending that your change your password.  They announced that they had discovered a bug that saved user passwords unprotected on an internal log.  The issue has since been fixed and there is no evidence that passwords were leaked or misused, but as a precaution you should consider changing your password.

Twitter didn't comment on when the bug was discovered, how long it had been storing passwords in this manner and how many passwords were affected, but told CNN Money "this is not a breach."   They also recommended security tips, like turning on two-factor authentication, choosing unique passwords for every service, and using a password manager app to store them all.

For directions to reset your password, click here.  For a link directly to the page to change your password, click here.