It's been a crazy time for data breaches and as I wrote yesterday, we've seen a very distinct pattern of historical mega breaches lately.Fling in 2011, Linked In in 2012, tumblr in 2013 and the mother of them all, My Space in, well, we don't quite know. Firstly, the only data in the breach is an incrementing ID (possibly an internal My Space identifier which would enable to date it), an email address, username and one or two passwords.You can even create your own with our Myspace Editor!Myspace 1.0 layouts work with many sites that allow you to customize your profile. Tumble in style with these colorful templates or create your own with our new Tumblr Generator!Add text and create a collage with any images you want.Myspace Layouts We have 26,600 hot Myspace Layouts to choose from! It's as simple as copying some code into your profile!There are likely some interesting insights to take away from the passwords alone, but it's the email addresses that can help us actually date the thing.
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