In fact, Raff aims to prove his point throughout July, posting a new Twitter security vulnerability every day of the month.
Raff notes that Twitter is just one of the targets, noting that he could have converted his Month of Twitter Bugs" into "any other 'Month of Web2.0 service bugs.'ï¿¼
The API and potential cross-scripting vulnerabilities that kicked Raff's concerns into a month of high-profile posting, are creating risks for users of FaceBook, LinkedIn and other open-API social networks.
The temperatures this July may or may not be hotter than usual outside, but you can bet that at Twitter the heat is already on and starting to climb.