September 27, 2016

CNET: Yahoo hit in worst hack ever, 500 million accounts swiped

In the wake of the Yahoo breach, Executive Director McDowell tells CNET that these millions of leaked password credentials are so useful for perpetuating fraud because passwords are so frequently reused across online accounts, and that the solution is to “stop relying on passwords altogether.”

https://www.cnet.com/news/yahoo-500-million-accounts-hacked-data-breach/

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