Time Warner Cable warns 320,000 customers of hack
January 7, 2016
Time Warner Cable said late Wednesday that hackers may have stolen up to 320,000 customers’ email passwords. The second-largest cable company in the U.S. said it is still investigating how the information was pilfered, but it does not believe its systems were actually breached.
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