A GARGANTUAN cache of email addresses has been dumped online in what could be the biggest data breach in history. As many as 2.2billion accounts have been compromised, and there's a good chance you've been caught up in the breach. With hackers rapidly passing the credentials around on sinister cyber criminal forums, we've summed up how you can protect your accounts below.What are Collections #1-5? The breach began earlier this month when 773million emails and 21million passwords were dumped by an anonymous hacker into an enormous online cache known as Collection #1. They came from data leaks across a range of websites spanning several years, with many of the sites involved apparently unaware they had been breached. Now, hackers have bolstered the cache of credentials with a new dump that takes the total to 2.2billion email addresses and passwords. Dubbed Collections #2-5, the dump features 611 million credentials that weren’t included in the Collection #1 database, … [Read more...] about How to check if you’ve been exposed by ‘Collections’ mega hack that leaked 2BILLION email addresses and passwords
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AN ENORMOUS cache of email addresses and passwords from across the web has been dumped online. As many as 773million accounts have been exposed across a range of websites – and there's a good chance you've been caught up in the 'Collection 1' breach. What is Collection 1? Major data breach explained A security researcher named Troy Hunt runs a website called HaveIBeenPwned.com. Hunt uploads leaked logins from cyberattacks to the website, and then you can enter your email and check if you've ever been exposed by a hack. On Wednesday, Hunt revealed that he had uploaded the largest-ever cache of logins – sourced from hacker websites – to his own site. A total of 772,904,991 unique email addresses and 21,222,975 leaked passwords are now stored on the site, obtained from a wide range of sources. "Unlike previous high profile data dumps, where the data all comes from one compromised party, this appears to be a carefully curated collection of dumps from a large collection of … [Read more...] about Collection 1 MEGA HACK hits 773million emails – how to check if you’ve been exposed by latest breach
FORTNITE developer Epic Games has surprised fans with its latest patch by introducing a complete overhaul to one of the map's most original locations. While many fans were prepared for the introduction of the Road Trip skin, Epic announced the return of the popular Tomato Head skin, but with some significant upgrades. Here's the lowdown... Fortnite Tomato Head skin challenge - where is Tomato Temple on the map? Tomato Temple can be found in the same spot as the now extinct Tomato Town, however, the new location features more vegetation and contains an underground section. The new location also marks the return of the giant Tomatohead, which last was seen from its original spot on top of a restuarant in TT at the end of Season four. The update coincided with the release of the 5.30 patch which also introduced the Rift-To-Go item and the new limited time Score Royale LTM. Epic has also released the free Fortnite 'Boogie Down' emote by enabling two-factor authentication on your account. … [Read more...] about Fortnite Tomato Head skin challenge – where is Tomato Temple on the map and how do you unlock the skin?
FACEBOOK has apologised for yet another privacy gaffe after admitting it shared people's posts publicly. The bug meant that 14million people had posts shared to the wide world that would normally have only appeared for their friends. It comes just months after the devastating revelation that Facebook had given away the personal info of more than 87million users without their permission. Now Facebook has penned an apology post on its official blog to explain its latest blunder. "We recently found a bug that automatically suggested posting publicly when some people were creating their Facebook posts," Erin Egan, Facebook's privacy chief admitted. "We'd like to apologise for this mistake." Normally when you make a post on Facebook, you get an audience selector that lets you decide who sees your post. The default setting for this feature will be copied onwards from your last post. So if you only ever share your posts with Facebook friends, it will always stay on that setting. But a … [Read more...] about Facebook warning users about ANOTHER privacy scandal affecting 14M users – here’s how to find out if you’re affected
If you’ve ever wondered about one of the most important processes for marketing, we’re going to talk about that and so much more coming up. What’s up guys, Tim Ruswick from game dev underground and if you’re new here on this channel I share a lot of motivational marketing stuff that has to do with game development. So if you or new consider subscribing and make sure you hit the bell to get notified. But today we’re going to talk about some marketing concepts. And this is the beginning of a series that I’m going to do where I take a specific concept either that I’ve learned I’ve created through all the stuff that I’ve learned and I walk you guys through that concept and kind of what it means and how you can adapt it to your life. (Video Transcription) And so being the first video in this series i thought we’d focus on one of the most important concepts out there and that is the player discovery process, pdp, this was adapted … [Read more...] about How To Get More Players For Your Indie Game