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Animoto Data Breach Alert

Dark Web Data Exposure Alert

 
If anyone here is using – or has been using an Animoto product (video editing tools) you need to check what password you are using for that account.
 
If it is the same as ANY OTHER ACCOUNTS you have…

CHANGE THEM ALL TODAY!

 
There has been a data breach at Animoto.com and your
 
  • Full Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Email Address
  • Password
 
have been exposed and made available on the Dark Web for every script kiddie in the universe to exploit.
From LifeLock:
“The site animoto.com has been reported in February 2019 to possibly have suffered a data exposure that could include 25,402,268 passwords, emails, names, surnames, dates of birth and more information”

 

But Wait!

There’s MORE

The Houzz Data Breach

Breach Date:  May 23, 2018
Number of Accounts:  48,681,308
Compromised Data:
  • Email addresses
  • Geographic locations
  • IP addresses, Names
  • Passwords
  • Social media profiles
  • Usernames
Description:
In mid-2018, the housing design website Houzz suffered a data breach. The company learned of the incident later that year then disclosed it to impacted members in February 2019. Almost 49 million unique email addresses were in the breach alongside names, IP addresses, geographic locations and either salted hashes of passwords or links to social media profiles used to authenticate to the service. The data was provided to HIBP by dehashed.com.

 

 

Don’t Stop Now…

And today’s latest:

Whitepages.com Breach

The site has been reported in February 2019 to possibly have suffered a data exposure.
Breach Date:  February 2019
Number of Accounts:  19,391,382
Compromised Data:
  • emails
  • passwords
  • names
  • surnames
  • and more information

Name of author

Name: Wizard

Short Bio: The Computer Wizard (TCW). TCW was founded by Warren P. Harris in 1994 to service and repair computers in the San Francisco Bay Area. Relocating the business to Plano, Texas in 1999, TCW continued to flourish when an unfortunate loss of data for a wedding Mr. Harris photographed, caused him to research data recovery options. Realizing he would have to either pay someone to recover the photos or find out how to do it himself, the rest, as they say "is history". Approached by a friend who was a Private Investigator in 2006, Mr. Harris studied for his Investigator's license and began honing his skills in Computer Forensics. The company was renamed DFW Computer Integration in 2015.

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