Cupid Media Hack Exposes 42 Million Passwords In Plain Text
Source: Darknet - Posted by Alex   
Hacks/Cracks 42 Million Passwords – now that’s a big number, and the worst part – they aren’t even hashed. Nope, not at all – not even badly. Apparently the intrusion took place earlier this year, in January 2013 – but there was no public announcement. The data was found on the same server where the hacked data from some other big heists was stored (Adobe/PR Newswire/NW3C etc). And to make it even worse, at least 10% of the users (which itself is over 4 million) use absolutely terrible passwords – passwords that would have been useless even if they were hashed.

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