HipChat, a communications platform for businesses, warned users Monday it experienced a database breach, which may have compromised the names, email addresses and passwords of its users. In additional to user information, HipChat warned users that metadata from company “rooms” or groups also may have been accessed.
Worse yet, in a small number of instances, messages from a room may have been stolen. HipChat chief security officer assured users in a blog post that less than 0.05 percent of instances included user messages, and passwords were “hashed.”Read more
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