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Dropbox says 68 million user IDs stolen

Dropbox says 68 million user IDs stolen

The stolen credentials date back to mid-2012, and Dropbox acknowledged last week that it was forcing some customers to reset their passwords if they have not changed it since that period. "This is because we believe it may have been compromised during a leak on another service with which you use the same password". However, the company does encourage users to reset passwords - changing them with strong and unique one with two-step verification enabled.


Jurgen Klopp confident 'all will be good' with Daniel Sturridge

Jurgen Klopp confident 'all will be good' with Daniel Sturridge

It was a very competitive game. Two fresh, malleable young strikers that in Ings' case works tremendously hard and Origi is young enough to understand the Klopp philosophy, so why aren't either getting a game, or in certain games even getting a chance to play together?" Pochettino was the more satisfied of the two managers afterwards and hailed the "fantastic character" shown by his players as they fought to establish a foothold in the match.



Drake Posts Coupley Pic With Rihanna To Prove He Didn't Get Curved

But she's also set the standard for aesthetic trends in music videos of the 2010s, from the collaged dancehall vibe of 2010's "Rude Boy " to 2011's brightly colored, high-fashion "S&M", in which she parodies her relationship with hounding journalists.



Dogs use same parts of brain as humans to process language

The dogs even use the same regions of the brain for language processing as we do, according to the researchers' new study , published in Science . 'Dog brains care about both what we say and how we say it, ' said lead researcher Attila Andics , a neuroscientist at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest.


South Africa set to win as New Zealand reeling at 18-4

South Africa set to win as New Zealand reeling at 18-4

After being bowled out for 214 runs in comparison to hosts' 481 runs in first innings, New Zealand bowlers brought the visitors back in the game by a spirited bowling performance in second innings. Latham tried to leave a delivery that lifted sharply and bounced off his raised bat onto the stumps, and Guptill edged one that seamed away. Steyn's double breakthrough consigned New Zealand's premier strokemakers to mount a recovery but Ross Taylor and wounded captain Kane Williamson soon ...


NASA's Juno spacecraft completes its first orbital flyby of Jupiter

NASA's Juno spacecraft completes its first orbital flyby of Jupiter

This was the first time all of the spacecraft's scientific instruments had been powered on at once and focused on the planet. The Juno mission launched August 5, 2011 and will orbit the planet for 20 months to collect data on the planetary core, map the magnetic field, and measure the amount of water and ammonia in the atmosphere.