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43 million accounts from last.fm leaked

09/01/2016

Mid 2012, last.fm reported a security incident and, as a preventive measure, asked users to change passwords. The stolen database in this incident has just been published, according to Leakedsource, unveiling personal data of 43 million users such as email and password, stored using MD5 an insecure algorithm, without salt.