Russian hackers steal 1.2B Web credentials

Russian hackers have amassed billions of stolen user names, passwords and email addresses. The database is believed to be the single biggest stash of stolen identity information, ever.

"Before, we were amazed when 10,000 passwords [went] missing. Now we're in the age of mass production of stolen information," said Alex Holden, Hold Security founder and chief information security officer. Story

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