While Twitter now says that the some 58,000 usernames and passwords leaked on the web yesterday are inaccurate or already suspended, some users may still be concerned about whether they should change their password or not.
Before you go thinking of a new archaic combination of numbers and letters, you may want to check this site (http://twipass.wiwa.jp/), which allows you to easily check if your information was leaked with the push of the button.
The site is in Japanese, but it’s easy enough to navigate and we’ve provided a few instructional images below via Gigazine to help you understand.
Step 1: Enter your username in the field and press the green button to the right.
Step 2a: If you receive this pop-up, than your information is secure and you may continue using your password with confidence.
Step 2b: If you receive this pop-up, than you’re going to want to change your password ASAP before someone starts Tweeting profanity all over your account.