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If account credentials stolen during a data breach are posted on public servers, is it ever legitimate business to make money trading access to this data? It sounds dubious, but this is precisely what a small group of websites started doing two years ago to almost no applause. Read More

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If you use Dropbox, Google Drive, or Yandex.Disk, then you have no doubt appreciated the convenience of always having all of your important files handy on any device. A file can be shared with friends or coworkers in a second. However some find the data security on these popular services lacking, worrying that unauthorized people […]

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The email addresses and passwords pertaining to a total of 68,648,009 Dropbox accounts have been compromised following a data breach in 2012. News of the Dropbox breach emerged several months after a series of mega-breaches were made public, impacting hundreds of millions of users: LinkedIn (167 million), Myspace (360 million), Tumblr (65 million), and VK […]

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