Linux Mint Devs Finally Decide to Change the Website's Password Policies

We believe that, by now, many of our readers are aware of the fact that, last month, the Linux Mint project was the unfortunate victim of a hack, which replaced the download links for one of the operating system’s ISO images.

Besides that, the project’s bulletin board database was also stolen and sold online for a few bucks, which means that all the accounts (usernames and passwords) were taken over too, and all registered Linux Mint users were urged to changed their passwo… (read more)
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