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Another day, another major company is hacked of its members' passwords. This time it is Billabong, the Australia-based surfwear manufacturer, and the credentials reportedly were publicly posted and unencrypted.
The company advised its 50 million users on Saturday that it "detected and blocked suspicious activity on the Evernote network that appears to have been a coordinated attempt to access secure areas" of its service.
Considering the endless march of breaches, it may be time to scrap the belief that adequate passwords -- or even passphrases -- can prevent hackers from breaking into corporate environments. Instead, security pros should focus their efforts on gaining visibility into their networks.
On Friday, the popular coupon site announced that hackers breached its servers.
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