eBay becomes victim of security breach

by AdwareSpywareRemoval on May 21, 2014

Auction giant eBay requests 128 million users to change their passwords after hack. In a blog post from the company, eBay Inc. said a cyberattack “compromised a database containing encrypted passwords and other non-financial data.” There is no evidence that the compromise resulted in users’ financial or credit card information being stolen, but the company is telling all users to change their passwords. Users need to be alert even after their passwords have been changed. After a breach like this the risk that hackers will use their personal information to commit identity fraud and launch phishing attacks increases

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eBay becomes victim of security breach

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