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Russian Gang Hacks 1.2B Passwords, Experts Say Expect More

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August 5, 2014
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The gang carried out the largest data breach ever, and experts warn that, increasingly, individuals are powerless to stop the theft of their data. Video provided by Newsy


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The Biggest, Worst Cyberhacks Of 2014

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