While monitoring exposed password databases we found a leaked database that contained 178 compromised credentials of CleanTalk users among other data. These emails/passwords were compromised some time ago and after that were used to create a CleanTalk account by their owners. As soon as we found this potential vulnerability – we immediately reset passwords for all CleanTalk users related to these email addresses.

Please remember to be careful when clicking on third-party links or using unverified services or WordPress plugins. And be sure to check the list of your compromised passwords in your browser. If you use Google Chrome you can find it here: chrome://password-manager/checkup/compromised.

We Have Reset 178 Passwords That Might Have Been Compromised

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