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Evernote Hack Results in 50 Million Password Resets Print E-mail
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Source: Talkikn' Cloud - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Hacks/Cracks Evernote and its 50 million-user population are having a bad week. The productivity software-as-a-service issued a systemwide password reset for all of its users on Saturday after a hacker or group of hackers broke into its user database and swiped various bits of user information, including usernames, emails and passwords. It's another weapon in the arsenal of cloud skeptics, who tend to point at breaches like this as proof the cloud is not secure. Of course, that's ridiculous, as these breaches are less common than attacks or theft within the four walls of a business. Still, Evernote is coming under fire—and rightfully so—for allowing this breach to happen.

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