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Evernote Hacked: 50 Million E-mail Addresses Exposed


Evernote is now officially a member of the recently hacked. The company develops software for notetaking and archiving.

Its customers received password reset notifications over the weekend. Almost 50 million e-mail addresses and usernames have also been exposed by the hack. Evernote customer’s should therefore be wary of targeted phishing attacks.

Evernote Security Notice

How was Evernote hacked? Its security notice doesn’t offer any details.

But… here’s Evernote CEO Phil Libin (surrounded by Macs):

Evernote CEO Phil Libin
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So… our guess is that one (or more) of Evernote’s mobile phone app developer’s Macs was compromised via a watering hole attack.

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