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Amazon changes some users’ passwords following leak

Amazon today sent some of its users an email informing them that it has changed their passwords. Amazon made the move after discovering a list of email addresses and passwords that had been published online and suspecting that some of its users’ credentials were on that list, given that certain people use the same passwords […]
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