Millions Of Passwords Stolen from Google, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo

Fox News, Thursday, December 5, 2013 12:16 PM
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Nearly two million passwords have been stolen from Twitter, Facebook, Google, Yahoo and others. They were pasted online to a site written in Russian. The data reveals that more than 15,000 users use the password 123456, according to the Fox News report. The post also provides tips on creating more secure passwords, but this information often gets stolen from keyloggers -- malicious snippets of code that infiltrate the consumer's computer by clicking on an infected Web site or ad link.
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