Friday, January 30, 2009

Monster follows Heartland...

A monstrous data leak at has been announced.

It's customer databases has been hacked for the second time in six months. They have lost user information which includes IDs, passwords, e-mail addresses, names, phone numbers, birth dates, etc. How many records are compromised is not known except that this affects users in America and Europe.

So just take it easy if your name and personal information is used by someone you do not know.

The reason is simple - Heartland happened and now Monster and both maintain that your personal information is compromised and that they have a challenge to come up with any definite numbers. So you may be in it or may not be in the hole.

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