Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Did the Russian cyber gang get my Doxpop password?

You may have seen recent news articles about hackers in Russia that have compromised over 400,000 websites to obtain as many as 4.5 billion usernames and passwords for as many as 1.2 billion distinct users.

We do not have reason to believe that the Doxpop website was compromised because Doxpop designs and regularly tests its software to avoid the particular vulnerability (known as "SQL injection") exploited by the group.

However, if you use the same password for multiple websites, we recommend that you change your Doxpop password because it may have been compromised at a less secure web site. We also recommend that you not use the same password on multiple websites. You can change your Doxpop password by clicking on the "my doxpop" tab and selecting "Change Password" near the bottom of the side menu.

Doxpop is a careful steward of the information entrusted to us by our users. We are grateful for that trust and will keep you informed of any further developments.

Thank you for using Doxpop!

Ray Ontko, President

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Doxpop rules!