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OneLogin Secure Signin Service Breached

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All US-based accounts of OneLogin Secure Signin Service have been breached

Users of the popular OneLogin Secure Signin Service will soon receive notifications that their accounts have been breached.  All secure passwords have been compromised, with the breach allowing the attackers to decrypt private login data.  The story was initially reported by The Register.

If you are affected, you will receive notifications of what steps to take to minimize your exposure.  Those who use common passwords for multiple sites will be affected the most.

Jack Eisenberg is the owner of Safe and Secure Computing and regularly monitors cyber security developments such as this one.

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