Hacker Breaches Customer Service for Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest
Zendesk says no passwords stolen, but advises caution
By Mark Russell, Newser Staff
Posted Feb 22, 2013 10:47 AM CST
Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr all say their customer service company, Zendesk, was hacked this week, compromising user data.   (©)

(Newser) – Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr are all scrambling to deal with a security breach, after a hacker accessed their customer support company and stole email addresses and other information, reports Mashable. Zendesk, the customer service company, said it detected the hack this week, took steps to close the vulnerability, and notified the customers who had their information stolen. No passwords were compromised in the hack, according to Zendesk.

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Feb 22, 2013 11:12 AM CST
Open information and lack of privacy will become more prominent as groups like Anonymous gain more and more power. They fight for the people and against corruption in business and in government. Nobody is safe anywhere on the Internet. That's just the way the world is evolving.