Hackers Find Holes Behind the Great Firewall
Panic rippled through China's web community in December on reports that hundreds of millions of secret passwords from China's most popular websites had fallen prey to hackers.
Web users shuddered almost daily with news of another breach: One day came word that hackers had obtained 40 million user passwords from the popular opinion forum Tianya. Later, it was reported that customer names, addresses and phone numbers had leaked from the retail site 360buy.com.
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