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Cerberus Resets Passwords of over 96,000 Users Following Data Breach

28
Mar
2014

Over 96,000 users of the Cerberus anti-theft application for Android are being advised to change their passwords after the company suffered a data breach. Usernames and password hashes have been stolen, but only a handful of accounts are said to have been accessed by the hackers.

Our Security Team recently discovered and blocked suspicious activity on Cerberus servers. The investigation found no evidence that your account was in any way accessed or compromised, the company…

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