Hackers in Microsoft's webmail breach could read some users' messages
Most weren't affected, but it's still a dire situation.
Microsoft webmail breach exposed email addresses and subject lines
Email content and logins were safe, however.
Russian provider casts doubt on email hacking claims
It looks like yesterday's email 'hack' contained a lot of false data.
Hackers are trading millions of Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo logins
Change your password right now. Like NOW!
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