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Ebay Hacked - Hold Onto Your Shopping Cart (And Your Password)!

b2ap3_thumbnail_ebay_400.jpgeBay issued an official declaration on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 that one of its databases had been hacked. The worst part? This database, which housed users' passwords, was compromised. But, there is a silver lining to all of this - no information has been stolen.

None that they know of, anyway. The auctioning website is still cautioning users to change their passwords in light of the attack.

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