generic_javascript_obfuscation5 in twitter.com

On 2020-05-09T03:57:43.602483+00:00 we found pattern generic_javascript_obfuscation5, type: Suspicious, (JavaScript obfuscation is frequently used to hide malicious code (or with hope to protect intellectual property)) in the page https://twitter.com/pnn94991

Code sample:

b'["PullToRefresh","Navigate"],"format":"ProfileOther"},"pageContext":"profile","\xc2\xa5\xc2\xab,\xc3\x82\xc2\x8a\xc3\x9dResetAdvancedLoginForm":true,"skipAutoSignupDialog":false,"shouldReplaceSignupWithLogin":false,"activeHashflags":{"vamouz":"https:\\/\\/abs.twimg.com\\/hashflags\\/Esports_AllAccess_2020_Mouz\\/Esports_AllAccess_2020_Mouz.png","lover":"https:\\/\\/abs.twimg.com\\/hashflags\\/Taylor_Swift_Lover_2020\\/Taylor_Swift_Lover_2020.png","growtogether":"https:\\/\\/abs.twimg.com\\/hashflags\\/GrowTogether_v4\\/GrowTogether_v4.png","kekaldirum'

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