Russian Hackers Probably Have Your Passwords. Now What?

By Cat Zakrzewski

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By now you’ve seen Tuesday’s New York Times report that a security firm found a Russian hacking ring had pilfered 1.2 billion user name and password combinations and more than 500 million email addresses. Like many people, your first question is probably whether or not you were included in that dragnet. Hold Security, the Milwaukee-based security firm that uncovered the hack, says… Read More

Source: Technology