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ZDNet also obtained a portion of the data and verified its authenticity by contacting affected users.
Though Leaked Source reports that some of the leaked passwords were cryptographically hashed to protect them, others were left unencrypted, and even the protected ones were easily cracked in almost all cases.
"Neither method is considered secure by any stretch of the imagination," Leaked Source writes.
of sensitive information like usernames and passwords represents a privacy catastrophe.
But when those credentials link breach victims to sex sites, the consequences go beyond the risk of a hacked credit card or Twitter account and into the realm of humiliation and blackmail.