Gmail Hacked By Russian Hackers

Russian Hackers Stealed 50 lac Plus Gmail ID's
Which Were Used For , Google plus, YouTube and Maps, etc. are used for.

According to Indian media reports, nearly 49 lac 30 thousand Russian hackers Gmail IDs and passwords and all the passwords to steal Gmail plus, drive, plus, YouTube and Maps are used to. Internet hackers release details of the accounts have been hacked and that 60% of passwords passwords are still active. On the other hand, Google says only 2 percent of passwords were stolen and our automatic Active Anti-hijacking system prevented many attempts to steal passwords.

Evan Engel 

That information is reassuring for anyone whose account shows up in the database, but people have a tendency to reuse familiar passwords. According to several writers, that makes the disclosed information still pretty dangerous.

If you'd like to check and see if your Gmail account is in the database, head over to If you find your account on that list, there are a few things you can do. 

Google's Safety Center suggests strengthening your password by either using a combination of letters, numbers and symbols, or using a unique phrase. The longer the password, the better. 
Users can also implement a two-step verification process, which will require a password and then a verification code. The Safety Center can be used as a reference guide so users can find out how to keep from becoming cybercrime victims.  

There's no word on who's behind the hack or how they got the information, but RT reports Google Russia is currently investigating the leak.

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