Earlier this year, about 6.5 million LinkedIn account password hashes were published on a hackersâ€™ forum. The hashes were simple SHA1 digests computed from the userâ€™s passwords, as stored into the LinkedIn backend infrastructure.
Nice article really makes me want to use email with live id with windows 8 with all my info including credit card info to buy apps with and skydrive it only goes to show that there is no really safe database anywhere and I assume by that article that Microsoft cares even less whether the end consumer is protected no MS store for me and windows 8.
wow, what pathetic m0r0ns.
[QUOTE=chef;2656343]wow, what pathetic m0r0ns.[/QUOTE] No, no, that is more than the allowed 16 characters for your password!
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