Published December 05, 2018
Have you heard? Another popular and seemingly trustworthy website has just been hacked. Quora, the popular question and answer forum which allows users to ask and receive answers about anything that comes to mind, reported a major data breach on Monday, December 3rd. Originally founded by two former Facebook employees, Adam D’Angelo and Charlie Cheever in 2009, Quora just announced that they have been hacked by an unauthorized third party and that up to 100 million user accounts (of their reported 300 million users) have been compromised. Forbes reported on this early this morning and you should really go ahead and read more about the details, especially if you have an account with Quora (and change your password!!!!).