Massive release of passwords points the finger toward the security of many sites. File with 130 million passwords (of which the company has officially confirmed the 38 million as valid accounts) has got to everyone who was interested. Among them are criminals and security experts, and members of other Internet companies. For the latter, this file is especially important, because they had the opportunity to check which users have "lit up" in the basis of Adobe.
Every self-respecting women, if he cares about the safety of their users, can check the database with the stolen passwords Adobe. If there are people with the same e-mail address and the same password that you have on your site, you need to initiate a password change - for their own safety.
One of the first sites that went to such measures became Facebook. In recent days he has blocked access to a number of social network users whose credentials are found in the file with passwords Adobe.
Moreover, Facebook is not just initiate a password change, but also suggests that the mailbox also captured the attacker, so besides the confirmation e-mail addresses require blocked users answer additional questions.
Facebook honestly reported reason for blocking the affected users, "Recently there was an incident with security at one of the sites, which is not related to Facebook. Facebook is not directly affected by the incident, but your Facebook account is at risk, because you used the same password for both. To protect your account, you need to answer a few questions and change your password. "
Facebook does not tell you how many people are found to be using the same password. But we know that 1.9 million people have used Adobe password is "123456" .