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All the sites you used in 2008 have now been hacked 

Two weeks after millions of LinkedIn logins started circling the dark web, here’s another hack from the past: Login information for over 360 million MySpace accounts is being sold online.  Now, you’re probably thinking, “I haven’t used MySpace since I was an angsty teen!” But security researcher Troy Hunt says the accounts were—surprise, surprise—likely breached … Continue reading “All the sites you used in 2008 have now been hacked “

Two weeks after millions of LinkedIn logins started circling the dark web, here’s another hack from the past: Login information for over 360 million MySpace accounts is being sold online

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Now, you’re probably thinking, “I haven’t used MySpace since I was an angsty teen!” But security researcher Troy Hunt says the accounts were—surprise, surprise—likely breached years ago. Plus, another hack targeted Tumblr, a site you may actually still use, and affected 65 million accounts. 

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Pavithra Mohan is a staff writer for Fast Company.

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