Ad Blocker AdGuard Reset All User Passwords After Being Hacked

After detecting an attack toward its servers last week, ad blocker AdGuard reset all users’ passwords. The company has 5 million users worldwide. AdGuard
After detecting an attack toward its servers last week, ad blocker AdGuard reset all users' passwords. The company has 5 million users worldwide. AdGuard assured users that the company's servers were not compromised, so the resetting of passwords was mostly a preventative measure. The company has since set stricter password requirements, and they have connected to HaveIBeenPwned API, a website that gathers data about all known compromised passwords. If a user tries a password found in this database, the user will receive a warning....

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