Quora announced today that its Q&A platform was breached by hackers on November 30, and that approximately 100 million users’ data was compromised. The attackers are believed to have accessed the following information: Account information, e.g. name, email address, encrypted (hashed) password, data imported from linked networks when authorized by users. Public content and actions, e.g. questions, answers, comments, upvotes. Non-public content and actions, e.g. answer requests, downvotes, direct message. The company said it’s in the process of notifying affected users, logging out those whose accounts have been compromised and resetting their passwords, and investigating the attack with the help…

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100m Quora users’ data stolen by hackers
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