So says Gizmodo, who cites a Troy Hunt security investigation that revealed the database called "Collection No. 1" in which more than 10,000 files are hosted.
To know if you're one of those affected, you can go to & # 39; Have I been renowned? & # 39; and enter your e-mails or write your password here, according to Gizmodo. In addition, we recommend that you make changes to passwords for security reasons.
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Hunt, who is a security expert, explained that the data sources come from MEGA, a cloud service with around 87 GB of data. In his opinion, this filtering is positioned at number 1 leaving the case of Yahoo! which puts at risk more than 3,000 million accounts.
On the other hand, Xataka states that Hunt when viewing the accounts, not all are new. "Some were previously filtered, even though, 140 million and over 10 million passwords were new in their leaked information database," the portal added.