Your email and password were probably posted online in the mother of all data leaks
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Hackers recently posted more than 3 billion user credentials online as part of a massive data breach compilation of emails and passwords. Read on for a way to check and see if your email and passwo…
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Clickbait. Beginning of second paragraph:

" It’s not the result of a new hack — rather, these are credentials that had been stolen as part of previous breaches and leaks from companies like Netflix and LinkedIn. "

Its a compilation of credentials from old hacks.

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