. In Case You’ve Missed It 23andMe blames users for data breach, citing recycled passwords « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NYPOST – 23andMe wrote in a letter responding to attorneys representing customers whose data was exposed that no breach occurred under the provisions of the California Privacy Rights Act because users targeted in the initial breach were using login credentials that had been exposed in breaches involving other websites through the use of a tactic called “credential stuffing.” The letter was first reported by TechCrunch and confirmed independently by FOX Business. The company reiterated the position it took when it first revealed the incident in October, writing that “unauthorized actors managed to access certain user accounts in instances where users recycled their own login credentials.”

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