Zack Whittaker reports:
Animoto, a cloud-based video maker service for social media sites, has revealed a data breach.
The breach occurred on July 10 but was confirmed by the company in early August, and later reported to the California attorney general.
Names, dates of birth and user email addresses were accessed by hackers, but the company said it wasn’t known if data had been exfiltrated. The company also said that users’ scrambled passwords were exposed in the breach, but it wasn’t clear if the hackers gained the private key, which could be used to reveal the passwords in plain text.
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