This article came up in my news feed and I immediately called shenanigans on it: White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer Just Tweeted Something That Looks an Awful Lot Like a Password
Recently, Sean Spicer has been the butt of internet jokes, memes and general internet scorn, and even scepticism on this site so this feels like more of the same.
The articles claims Sean Spicer tweeted (something that looks like) his twitter password, but then deleted the tweets. After seeing the alleged tweets, they look like passwords - both 8 characters, combination of letters and numbers.
Did Sean Spicer tweet those 8 character strings?
For security/legal reasons I'm not asking the are/were passwords. Or for which service. The article also says "don’t try to access Sean Spicer’s Twitter". And I agree.