How to Survive the Snapchat Hack (and Others)

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I suppose the good news is that if, like me, you never signed up for a Snapchat account, you don’t need to do anything (with regard to this Snapchat info-breach). Except there is no good news, because what’s apparently just happened to Snapchat — the leaking of over 4.6 million North American Snapchat users’ phone numbers and usernames, extricated by a group that says it wants to spotlight Snapchat’s security issues — could happen to just about anyone using any online service or tool (as we’re perennially reminded, breach after breach).

(MORE: Use This Tool to See If Your Snapchat Info Was Leaked)

Snapchat, for those who’ve never heard of or used it, is a popular photo-sharing app: broadly Instagram-like, but with little quirks, like the ability to doodle on photos, or set them as viewable for select periods of time. Business-wise, it’s another one…

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