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They entered private beta in April 2004 and didn't hit the mainstream until February 2007.There are still 25M accounts in the My Space data so the incident certainly happened that early 2007 time frame (I recall there were a lot of people in the beta, but I doubt it was enough for 25M of them to have My Space accounts), but how much after?
Let's find some stats on the previous year, for example this cart from Tech Crunch in Jan 2009: Here the ratio of Gmail to Hotmail starts out at about 1:2.5 in Oct 2007 and finishes at about 1:1.5 in Dec 2008.There's been no information forthcoming from anyone about when this breach actually occurred and there's no explicit indicators in the data dump either (sometimes there are timestamps on account creation or website activity). The passwords are stored as SHA1 hashes of the first 10 characters of the password converted to lowercase.That's right, truncated and case insensitive passwords stored without a salt.UPDATED June 17th, 2017 Dating a Cancer man — not the shadowy character from The X-Files, but a potential mate born between June 21 and July 22 — is perfect for ladies who are looking for a man who’s in touch with his feelings.The fourth sign of the zodiac is appropriately represented by the crab, since they do tend to be a bit moody.One possibility that would explain the ginormous volume of data that was taken (the extracted breach file is 33GB) is an insider threat.
Keep in mind that we're talking about a time where My Space was running into serious trouble and there were a raft of lay-offs, it's highly conceivable that someone literally walked out the door with the data.
They're not clear about before then the incident occurred and indeed it could have been many years earlier (it seems like they had a major architecture change then which has allowed them to provide some context around the date).
Interesting side note: the My Space blog post specifically names "peace" - the seller on the dark market site - which is very unusual in an announcement like this, particularly given he may just be the seller and not the individual who actually hacked the system in the first place.
Here we have the world's largest provider of email addresses and it has only a fifth the prevalence of Yahoo addresses.
Think of the email account distribution like this: But what we need to remember with Gmail is that they're a relatively new player.
What I really needed though was evidence of people who created accounts around this time frame, so I asked for some help yesterday: (Many people actually kept the original welcome email from My Space which proved enormously useful in this exercise.) All of this was pointing to the gut feel I had about the incident not occurring earlier than a 2008 time frame.