Massive Data Breach Exposes 6.6 Million Plaintext Passwords from Ad Company


Another Day, Another Data Breach! And this time, it’s worse than any recent data breaches.

Why?

Because the data breach has exposed plaintext passwords, usernames, email addresses, and a large trove of other personal information of more than 6.6 Million ClixSense users.

ClixSense, a website that claims to pay users for viewing advertisements and completing online surveys, is the latest


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