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Yahoo has forced a password reset on Tumblr account holders after it discovered that someone had accessed email addresses, and salted and hashed passwords from early 2013. A Tumblr spokesperson would not disclose who had accessed the data, where it was found, nor how many email addresses were impacted and how many of those are […]

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Even if you don’t use it, it’s likely that you’ve heard of the popular microblogging site Tumblr. With its 275 million blogs, Tumblr has become a very popular social network, particularly with younger Internet users. Just as with every social media site, there are a variety of security issues to be aware of. Back in […]

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If youre the sort of person whos constantly posting photos containing #brands on social media, you might want to be aware that Tumblr wants to track you. Companies attempting to understand customer sentiment for their #brand is nothing new, but a new deal between Tumblr and Ditto Labs will go deeper by analyzing photos posted to […]

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