Red-faced Mozilla apologizes for leaking user data

Juha Saarinen reports:

The Mozilla Foundation has apologised for an accidental data leak that went unnoticed for a month, and which saw tens of thousands of email addresses exposed, alongside thousands of encrypted passwords.

All in all, the email addresses of around 76,000 Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) members were left on a public webserver for thirty days. Furthermore, about 4000 encrypted passwords were also left exposed on the same webserver.

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