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Evernote Breach

Mobile data storage firm Evernote reset passwords for an estimated 50 million of its users after detecting that its systems were infiltrated by attackers. The data breach was detected in March. The company said that its security team found suspicious activity on its network that appeared to be a coordinated attempt to access its restricted corporate network. The passwords were protected by one-way encryption, meaning that they were hashed and salted, a process that makes it more difficult for an attacker to crack, Evernote said.

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