Hackers steal Facebook, Gmail, Passwords
Two million Facebook, G-Mail and Twitter passwords were stolen as part of a massive computer hack.
Researchers at cyber security firm trust wave say the data breach was a result of malware installed on computers worldwide.
The virus captured login credentials for some 93-thousand website over the past month.
The info was tracked down to at least one server in the Netherlands controlled by the thieves.
Analysts suggest computer users update their anti-virus software and download the latest versions of internet browsers to help secure data.
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