An update for those who use Twitter’s authentication to sign into Passpack. We’ve now upgraded to Twitter’s OAuth authentication method.
In the past, when signing into Passpack via Twitter, you were asked you to supply your Twitter username or email and password during sign in. That’s now changed, and you simply need to press Sign in with Twitter.
This is a required upgrade as the previous method, Basic Auth, will no longer be supported by Twitter in the fast-approaching June 2010.
Please Update Your Passpack Settings
Only under one specific circumstance you will need to change your Passpack 3rd Party Login settings.
1. You use Twitter 3rd Party Authentication
2. You previously used it with your email instead of Twitter screen name
… then please contact us for instructions on what needs to be changed.