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21 December 2010 | 12,611 views

Gawker CTO Outlines Security Improvements Post Breach

An e-mail from the Gawker CTO (Tom Plunkett) has been posted online and it outlines the security improvements that Gawker are planning to implement after the recent massive breach of user passwords from their database. As we mentioned recently, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into the Gawker breach, which just goes to [...]

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15 December 2010 | 15,107 views

FBI Investigating Gawker Media User Database Password Ownage

After the non-stop action with WikiLeaks last week, the big news this week is the hack carried out on Gawker Media which exposed their users e-mail addresses and passwords. More than 200,000 password hashes (very lightly encrypted with DES) and e-mail combos can be downloaded on-line as a torrent file. Now this has had some [...]

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