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AOL Subscriber Data Stolen: You've Got Pwned
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JyotiS948
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JyotiS948,
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11/2/2015 | 3:35:17 AM
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Mathew
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Mathew,
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5/1/2014 | 5:02:03 AM
Re: AIM?
Great question. I'm not an AOL user, but according to the company's website, AIM users can sign into their account using their AOL password. So the short answer is: Yes.

In terms of bigger-picture questions about exactly what type of encryption (and if password hashes were salted, and so on) AOL might have used, AOL has yet to provide those details. (Stay tuned.)
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4/30/2014 | 4:27:33 PM
Re: AIM?
I'm waiting for further information on the real extension of the data breach. I'm afraid that the number of affected accounts could be impressive, in this case let's be prepared for a series of further attacks which will exploit the stolen/spoofed identities.

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Kelly Jackson Higgins
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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
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4/30/2014 | 4:20:47 PM
AIM?
Mat, was AIM also affected by this breach?


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