Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Did They Get Yours?

A Russian criminal gang is said to have stolen internet credentials including 1.2-billion username and password combinations plus half a billion e-mail addresses. Milwaukee-based, Hold Security, says the data was hacked from some 420,000 web sites. The company says confidentiality agreements prevent it from disclosing the names of web sites that were hacked but allowed The New York Times to have its own experts verify the data.

MoS, the Disaffected Lib

1 comment:

  1. Incredible. No one is safe anymore. I heard a news that cable companies will be able to watch you through their HD Box when you are watching TV. There goes any privacy left.