6.6 million plaintext passwords exposed as site gets hacked to the bone
Reusing four-year-old passwords from MySpace for GitHub? ABC Photo Archives / Getty Images reader comments 19 Share this story Plaintext passwords, usernames, e-mail addresses, and a wealth of other personal information has been published for more than 2.2 million people who created accounts with ClixSense, a site that claims to pay users for viewing...
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