Zack Whittaker reports:
A popular font sharing site DaFont.com has been hacked, exposing the site’s entire database of user accounts.
Usernames, email addresses, and hashed passwords of 699,464 user accounts were stolen in the breach, carried out earlier this month, by a hacker who would not divulge his name.
The passwords were scrambled with the deprecated MD5 algorithm, which nowadays is easy to crack.
Read more on ZDNet.