Hacker Gets Access to 89% of Russian Email Accounts

2016-05-12_1734272 million email accounts, most of them at mail.ru, were hacked into with usernames and passwords all compromised. Is there anyone out there that still doesn’t think it could happen to them?

Trust Guard, the leader in website security and verification, suggests that you change your password often and make it difficult to figure out. Also, you should

Illustration picture of Mail.ru logo seen in front of a displayed binary code

Mail.ru logo is seen in front of a displayed binary code in this illustration taken, May 4, 2016. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration

use a different username and password for each account. Otherwise you’re just asking for trouble!

Read the full story here: http://epicecommercetools.com/2016/05/12/272-million-email-accounts-have-been-hacked/

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