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Plaintext passwords, usernames and e-mail addresses along with other personal information of more than 2.2 million people has been disclosed in an attack on ClixSense. The criminals who dumped it say they're selling data of a further 4.4 million people.
So what, just another email and password dump right? Not this time. The dump contains users date of birth, sex, first name, surname, home address, IP address, account details and payment histories. Certainly more worrying that having to just change your password.
Remember to regularly check haveibeenpwned.com to keep track of your details.