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    I also got this mail, And thought it was a Phushing,. And also do not use a link in an Email..
    But over my Premium account ,. Changed my Password,.
    Safest way..!
    But found out that Email was original from FR24

    Better being safe than sorry.....
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    does this affect people who log in using google? I guess not?
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    No, the only people that are potentially affected have been emailed. Those who didn't receive the email are in the clear. Also, please note that forum accounts are not affected.
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    Approximately how many accounts is "a small subset of Flightradar24 users"?

    Thousands? Tens of thousands? Hundreds of thousands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DontBreachMebro View Post
    Approximately how many accounts is "a small subset of Flightradar24 users"?
    I've seen one report quoting 230,000. But this needs to be verified.

    https://thehackernews.com/2018/06/fl...ta-breach.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anmer View Post
    I've seen one report quoting 230,000. But this needs to be verified.
    Will the admins please confirm the actual number of accounts stolen and be transparent about the breach?

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    Yes, that is correct! The number of accounts potentially affected are 230K.
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