LiveJournal makes changes to counteract security threat

Monday, 23 January 2006, 12:11 PM EST

The LiveJournal Web log service has been forced to change the way it hosts user accounts because of a browser side security vulnerability, the company confirmed Friday. This vulnerability reportedly had been exploited by a hacking group in order to steal user information and allow the hackers to gain access to more than 900,000 LiveJournal accounts.

At InfoWorld.

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