Zendesk Hacker Accesses Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest Data

Zendesk Hacker Accesses Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest Data

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New Another day, another hack. The email addresses of Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest users were accessed this week after a hacker got unauthorized access to Zendesk, which helps companies manage their customer service requests. No passwords were involved in the attack, said the companies, who are alerting their users tonight. Zendesk...
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