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Dailymotion Hack Exposes Millions of Accounts

Millions of accounts associated with video sharing site Dailymotion have been stolen. A hacker extracted 85.2 million unique email addresses and usernames from the company’s systems, although about 20% of the accounts — roughly 18.3 million– had associated passwords which were scrambled with the bcrypt hashing function, making the passwords difficult to crack.

If you have a Dailymotion account, you need to read the article at: http://www.zdnet.com/article/dailymotion-hack-exposes-millions-of-accounts.

Categories: Online Privacy & Security

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