Time Warner Warns Clients Their Emails and Passwords Might Have Been Stolen

Time Warner Cable Inc. stated on Wednesday as much as 320,000 clients might have had their e-mail passwords stolen. The corporate stated e mail and password particulars have been possible gathered both by means of malware downloaded throughout phishing assaults or not directly by means of knowledge breaches of different corporations that saved Time Warner Cable’s buyer info, together with e-mail addresses.

The corporate stated it has not but decided how the knowledge was obtained, however there have been no indications that Time Warner Cable’s techniques have been breached.

A Time Warner Cable spokesman stated the corporate was lately notified by the FBI that some clients’ e mail addresses together with account passwords "might have been compromised." The corporate stated it’s sending emails and junk mail correspondence to encourage clients to replace their e-mail passwords as a precaution.