back to article Swedish slip-up leaks hosting company's customer data

A major Swedish web hosting has been compromised and its entire customer database leaked. The company, Loopia, made the announcement here, saying the breach happened last Tuesday (August 22), and it notified customers on Friday, advising of a system-wide password reset and telling them to update their personal information. …

  1. Adam 1

    Sounds like their security was really borked!

    /Mines the one with the tongs in the pocket.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Come de here de chicken...

    Apropos nothing...

    1. Chemical Bob

      Re: Come de here de chicken...

      Ingy bingy HRNGY hingy!

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    How do you really know,

    how far they got?

    "all ur bases are belong to Bjorne" text files?

  4. Teiwaz

    Bork to the article - Muppet Nostalgia

  5. Alle

    Secure Web Hosting Service

    I recommend Siteground. They take your security with the highest priority, and that’s why they offer a unique 3-level protection system: account isolation, a firewall, and there is a team of experienced administrators who monitor everything constantly.

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