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DNA Site Hacked: Who Should Worry?

DNA Site Hacked: Who Should Worry?

Last week, the same day they were informed of the breach, the “MyHeritage” genealogy site announced that the email addresses and password hashes of their 92,283,889 users were found in an online repository.

The latest date found in the archive was October 26th, 2017, which was likely the date of the data exfiltration.

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1 thought on “DNA Site Hacked: Who Should Worry?

  1. taesu8 says:

    I should be mad but I am so fatigued by all this data loss.

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