Originally Posted by Yar-El
Its a Twitter login. My boss had me rebuild the whole system. We are running a security check on all servers now. It looks similar to a phishing scam, but we are making sure no one has broken through the firewall.
Its some sort of Twitter API. I don't have a Twitter account, so I don't understand why this is happening.
I was testing some twitter api integration. The code should have been transparent to users. I think I found what I was looking for though and have removed the code for the time being.
Also, you work in an office? I thought you were an author? And your boss lets you view gaming forums at work? Incredible deal.