No user data was exposed, Reddit says, but the company encourages people to strengthen security by implementing two-factor authentication.
Reddit on Thursday confirmed it was hacked and said some internal documents, code and business systems were exposed. In a post on the Reddit site, the company stressed that site users’ passwords and accounts were safe, but it used the attack as an opportunity to remind people to protect their Reddit account.
Set Up Two-Factor Authentication on Reddit to Protect Your Account
On the topic of keeping information secure, Reddit encouraged people to set up two-factor authentication on their accounts to prevent any scammers from stealing information. The company also suggested people update their passwords frequently for an additional layer of strength and security, and that they use a password manager.
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