Password manager app Blur hacked: encrypted passwords and hints leaked
The Online Privacy company Abine announced that they suffered a potential dataleak in their Blur Password management solution on 31 December. The dataleak contained email addresses, password hints, encrypted passwords and other sensitive user information:
On Thursday, December 13th 2018, we became aware that some information about Blur users had been potentially exposed and immediately began working to ensure our systems and data were secure, to determine what happened, and to inform and help our users. We have also retained a leading security firm to assist us and have notified law enforcement officials.
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