You would probably rather forget your Myspace profile. Mine included a number of prominently placed “My spoon is too big” references. But the social network is still around, and it apparently got hacked at some point, because user credentials from 360 million accounts started floating around online late last week. Show More Summary
MySpace, Tumblr, and Fling are the latest services to join discredited LinkedIn.
360 million old Myspace accounts are vulnerable in one of the biggest hacks yet. The post Hack Brief: Your Old Myspace Account Just Came Back to Haunt You appeared first on WIRED.
The massive MySpace hack shows the danger of leaving old, digital breadcrumbs.
The latest trend in Internet security is selling login credentials from years-old hacks. MySpace and Tumblr have recently joined LinkedIn on the list of websites that had millions of login credentials stolen and put up for sale later. SEE...Show More Summary
In an interesting twist, MySpace makes the news today. Motherboard reports on hackers claims about having 427 million MySpace passwords. There are some questions about the actual source of the data and when it was retrieved. Bill Jordan talks about the coming crisis in software development. His target is mostly on low quality applications built […]
Most musicians have forgotten that they ever had a MySpace account, much less remember the password. Millions more use Tumblr as a blogging platform and LinkedIn for business contacts. Now, hundreds of millions of hacked account details from all three are being advertised for sale online. _________________________________________________________ Sensitive data from...
If you were a registered MySpace user before 2013, your account might be one of the 360 million compromised.
Your old social media accounts are back to haunt you. Email addresses and passwords for MySpace accounts created before June 11, 2013, have been "made available" on a hacker forum, the social network said Tuesday. Tumblr logins fromShow More Summary
To think like a hacker, start-up founder Andrew Peterson hired some people who know hackers well. His co-founders at Venice cybersecurity start-up Signal Sciences Corp. include a guy whom companies used to pay to try to hack them and a guy who led engineers often responsible for leaving unintended...
The once-popular social networking site was purchased by Time Inc. in February.
Friendster is next.
Social-networking site Myspace experienced a breach of its systems before the Memorial Day weekend that led to stolen user login data being made available online.
An unwelcome blast from the past
Facebook is tracking everybody across the Web, millions of MySpace credentials are up for sale, Amazon brings Alexa to your browser, No Man’s Sky suffers a delay, and Pong Project takes shape. Facebook Targets Ads at Non-Users Facebook...Show More Summary
Remember Tom Anderson? The founder of MySpace was assigned as the first friend of everyone joining the social network — connecting him to hundreds of millions of people around the globe. The glory days of MySpace are now long sinceShow More Summary
Remember MySpace? It was the place people went to carve out garish online identities before Facebook made everything clean and homogeneous. If you used to have an account, there’s a pretty good chance that your login details have been hacked: LeakedSource is boasting it has the passwords for over 360 million MySpace accounts. Show More Summary
If you’ve ever had a MySpace account it’s t […]
Remember your MySpace account? The one you’ve forgotten your login to and hope no one ever finds because teenage angst should never be immortalised on the internet? I’ve got some bad news for you; your login details have likely been leaked, along with 360,213,023 others. More »