It was a day of mixing business with pleasure—and not in a good way. After LinkedIn, the business-minded social-networking site, was said to have had 6.5 million passwords leaked online Wednesday, eHarmony, the popular online-dating site, had some 1.5 million of its passwords hacked. Officials believe that the same hackers are responsible for both cases, posting the combined eight million passwords on the website insidepro.com. EHarmony did confirm that some passwords were stolen—though not all of the reported 1.5 million.
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