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FTC Fines RockYou $250,000 For Storing User Data In Plain Text 127

Posted by samzenpus
from the pay-up dept.
An anonymous reader writes "You probably don't remember the RockYou fiasco as it happened in late 2009. In case you don't, social game developer RockYou suffered a serious SQL injection flaw on its flagship website. Worse, the company was storing user details in plain text. As a result, tens of millions of login details, including those belonging to minors, were stolen and published online. Now, RockYou has finally settled with the Federal Trade Commission."
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FTC Fines RockYou $250,000 For Storing User Data In Plain Text

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