Personal data from 43 million Last.fm users has been leaked online. It's a new day, so it was about time for a new data leak; and music sites with their moderate security, appear to be a favorite hacker target.
Leaked password, email addresses and personal data from 43 million current and former Last.fm users has been leaked online. The date breach, which Last.fm admitted to, appears to have happened in 2012. But the data is just surfacing online now, according to Hacker News.
While you're thinkng of a new password for that old Last.fm account of yours, here, sadly, are the Top 10 hacked passwords on Last.fm: