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Facebook makes Adobe fans change their horrible, horrible passwords

Facebook has scanned millions of email address and password pairs hackers dumped online from Adobe's user account database – so that it can force its social networkers to change their passwords if they used the same logins details for both websites.In early October, Adobe warned of "sophisticated attacks" on its network in which miscreants swiped between 38 and 150 million names, encrypted credit or debit card numbers, poorly secured passwords, expiration dates, and information relating to customer orders. In addition, the company said, the cyber-crooks had managed to abscond with source code for "numerous Adobe products."Knowing full well that

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12 Nov
Wes Miller @getwired
RT @kwestin: Facebook makes Adobe fans change their horrible, horrible passwords http://t.co/SquFxfzrJf
12 Nov
Cyber Informer @cybfor
Facebook makes Adobe fans change their horrible, horrible passwords: [http://t.co/ahUDFzYeK0] Maybe try '56789'... http://t.co/JUGjF2f17a
12 Nov
Sean Whetstone @ITDataSecurity
Facebook makes Adobe fans change their horrible, horrible passwords http://t.co/1P93LNULSH (Register)