The big story was that over the weekend of Dec. 11-12, Gawker admitted in a post on its various sites— which include Deadspin, Fleshbot, Gizmodo, io9, Jalopnik, Jezebel, Kotaku and Lifehacker, as well as Gawker itself—that its central password database had been compromised. It seems that the Gawker IT organization had used the long-obsolete DES to encrypt the password store, had ignored at least a month’s worth of warnings that something fishy was going on, and had let its production servers...Read Full Story
Washington Post As you may have heard, Gawker Media had a little security breach over the weekend.A group calling itself Gnosis cracked the New York firm's servers and downloaded a vast stash of data, including weakly encrypted password records. If you've left a comment at Gawker, Gizmodo, Jalopnik, Jezebel, Kotaku, Lifehacker, Deadspin io9 or Fleshbot (last site.Discussion: CNET - The Mac ObserverRead Full Story
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