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The discovery of 272.3 million stolen accounts included a majority of users of () email users, said Alex Holden, founder and chief information security officer of Hold Security. Holden was previously instrumental in uncovering some of the world's biggest known data breaches, affecting tens of millions of users at Adobe Systems () and exposing them to subsequent cyber crimes. "These credentials can be abused multiple times," he said.

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RECOMMENDED: Oil bankruptcy wave nears size of telecom bust It is one of the biggest stashes of stolen credentials to be uncovered since cyber attacks hit major U. READ MORE: Facebook pays ,000 to 10-year-old Instagram hacker The latest discovery came after Hold Security researchers found a young Russian hacker bragging in an online forum that he had collected and was ready to give away a far larger number of stolen credentials that ended up totalling 1.17 billion records. Mysteriously, the hacker asked just 50 roubles – less than

The discovery of 272.3 million stolen accounts included a majority of users of () email users, said Alex Holden, founder and chief information security officer of Hold Security. Holden was previously instrumental in uncovering some of the world's biggest known data breaches, affecting tens of millions of users at Adobe Systems () and exposing them to subsequent cyber crimes. "These credentials can be abused multiple times," he said.

Learn more Hushmail for i Phone offers encryption of your email whether the recipient uses Hushmail or not.

The data is encrypted before it leaves your device, providing security to the body of your emails and attachments.

RECOMMENDED: Oil bankruptcy wave nears size of telecom bust It is one of the biggest stashes of stolen credentials to be uncovered since cyber attacks hit major U. READ MORE: Facebook pays $10,000 to 10-year-old Instagram hacker The latest discovery came after Hold Security researchers found a young Russian hacker bragging in an online forum that he had collected and was ready to give away a far larger number of stolen credentials that ended up totalling 1.17 billion records. Mysteriously, the hacker asked just 50 roubles – less than $1 – for the entire trove, but gave up the dataset after Hold researchers agreed to post favourable comments about him in hacker forums, Holden said.

After eliminating duplicates, Holden said, the cache contained nearly 57 million accounts - a big chunk of the 64 million monthly active email users said it had at the end of last year. He said his company’s policy is to refuse to pay for stolen data.

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The discovery of 272.3 million stolen accounts included a majority of users of () email users, said Alex Holden, founder and chief information security officer of Hold Security. Holden was previously instrumental in uncovering some of the world's biggest known data breaches, affecting tens of millions of users at Adobe Systems () and exposing them to subsequent cyber crimes. "These credentials can be abused multiple times," he said.Learn more Hushmail for i Phone offers encryption of your email whether the recipient uses Hushmail or not.The data is encrypted before it leaves your device, providing security to the body of your emails and attachments.RECOMMENDED: Oil bankruptcy wave nears size of telecom bust It is one of the biggest stashes of stolen credentials to be uncovered since cyber attacks hit major U. READ MORE: Facebook pays $10,000 to 10-year-old Instagram hacker The latest discovery came after Hold Security researchers found a young Russian hacker bragging in an online forum that he had collected and was ready to give away a far larger number of stolen credentials that ended up totalling 1.17 billion records. Mysteriously, the hacker asked just 50 roubles – less than $1 – for the entire trove, but gave up the dataset after Hold researchers agreed to post favourable comments about him in hacker forums, Holden said.After eliminating duplicates, Holden said, the cache contained nearly 57 million accounts - a big chunk of the 64 million monthly active email users said it had at the end of last year. He said his company’s policy is to refuse to pay for stolen data.Your browser is currently set to block Java Script. To learn how to allow Java Script or to find out whether your browser supports Java Script, check the online help in your web browser.

– for the entire trove, but gave up the dataset after Hold researchers agreed to post favourable comments about him in hacker forums, Holden said.

After eliminating duplicates, Holden said, the cache contained nearly 57 million accounts - a big chunk of the 64 million monthly active email users said it had at the end of last year. He said his company’s policy is to refuse to pay for stolen data.

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