Engadget: CafePress resets passwords months after reported data breach

Engadget: CafePress resets passwords months after reported data breach. “StockX isn’t the only company that appears to have warned users about a data breach through password resets. T-shirt seller CafePress has been asking customers to choose new passwords as part of an updated ‘password policy,’ but the news came soon after reports that the site had been the victim of a data breach in February. Have I Been Pwned claimed that over 23.2 million accounts had been exposed, including email addresses, names, physical addresses and phone numbers.”

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