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so my Linkedin account has been "pwned"
what are they going to do with my login exactly?
I was pew pew in two accounts I don't have anymore:
MySpace and tumblr...
Popular BitTorrent client uTorrent's forum, which has over 388,000 registered members and sees tens of thousands of visitors each day, has been hacked.
it's important to mention that you should never register at any circumstances on torrent sites.
- I would expect hackers to attack banks, or corporations and stuff...but this is like thieves going after thieves.Maaku
- ...assuming they're black hat and/or independentprophetone
- it makes perfect sense, not like a bunch of content pirates can run to the authoritiesterry_cloth
I recommend following @SwiftOnSecurity - an entertaining and informative albeit sometimes jargon-heavy mix of security news/talk and Taylor Swift.
Earlier this week, we detected signs of an attack where access was gained to the Opera sync system. This attack was quickly blocked. Our investigations are ongoing, but we believe some data, including some of our sync users’ passwords and account information, such as login names, may have been compromised.
43,570,999 user accounts were breached in a hack of Last.fm that occurred in March of 2012...
The number of passwords and the severity of the hack were not uncovered until today.
"The most popular password pulled from the Last.fm database was 123456. " aahah
Spotify is writing massive amounts of junk data to storage drives
It's in the air since the summer but still nobody knows what data is actually written on the users disk (as it isn't using that much network traffic). Spotify now made an official statement (after 4 months)
Adult Friend Finder and others
Sexual secrets for hundreds of millions exposed in largest hack of 2016