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Online banking passwords not yet leaked

By Liu Huan (Beijing Daily)

08:09, December 30, 2011

Edited and Translated by Han Shasha, People's Daily Online

Recently, the leak of Internet users’ personal information on China Software Developer Network, China’s largest programmers' website has raised public concerns about the protection of privacy.

However, Internet users’ passwords for their online payment accounts, online banking system and micorblogging have not been leaked yet, according to the Rising Internet Offensive Laboratory. So people should not be over panic.

The laboratory showed that the loopholes in the server operation system, database, disk backup and online forum program caused the data leakage.

Experts warn that since the problem mainly lies in the servers, it is useless for the internet users to take measures. The online service provider should take responsibilities.


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