Developers Told to Change Passwords After

    Date04 Aug 2014
    CategoryLatest News
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    Posted ByDave Wreski
    Some members of the Mozilla Developer Network are being advised to change their passwords after email addresses and encrypted credentials were disclosed on a public server. Mozilla director of developer relations Stormy Peters said the organization has been investigating the disclosure for 10 days. She said a web developer discovered that a data sanitization process on the MDN had failed several times and that email addresses for 76,000 users and encrypted passwords for 4,000 users were available on a publicly accessible server. She called it an
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