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3.3 million email addresses and passwords up for grabs: AD
The paper had access to the database which contained 1.4 billion email addresses and passwords from around the world and found information about staff at various (government) organisations. MPs and radio and tv personalities are also included. The origin of the breach are likely to be the dozens of big data leaks over the past few years, which included the websites of Uber, LinkedIn, Dropbox and eBay. According to the AD, the lists, which used to be difficult to find and expensive to access, are now easily available.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.
by Cat on Sun Apr 1st, 2018 at 02:33:38 AM EST

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