Hackers recently posted personal information on approximately 90 million users of a Chinese online forum as well as various microblogging sites.
"Around 40 million users of the Tianya.cn online forum had their user name, passwords, email addresses, and other information posted online, according to a report by the Shanghai Daily newspaper," Infosecurity reports. "Tianya.cn is one of the largest online forums in China, with more than 60 million users."
"In addition, profiles of more than 50 million users of several Chinese microblogging sites were posed online, according to Shanghai Daily," the article states.
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