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Online dating website e Harmony has confirmed that passwords for some of its users have been exposed in a security breach that echoes the high profile incident involving Linked In yesterday.
As with the Linked In breach, e Harmony users’ passwords were exposed in the form of hashes.
In this case, the hashes of 1.5 million e Harmony passwords were uploaded to websites, where hackers were encouraged to join forces to crack them.
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In a blog post, e Harmony’s corporate communications chief Becky Teraoka said that the firm was resetting the passwords of affected users.