Millions of accounts compromised in Snapchat hack
Hackers appear to have posted account info for 4.6 million users of quickie social-sharing app Snapchat, making usernames and at least partial phone numbers available for download.
The hack was seemingly intended to urge Snapchat to tighten its security measures. The anonymous hackers said they used an exploit created by recent changes to the app, which lets users share photos or short videos that disappear after a few seconds.
By Wednesday afternoon, developers had used the data to set up a website letting Snapchat users find out whether their accounts had been compromised.
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