Chegg resets 40 million user passwords after data breach

Huge textbook rental company confessed about the data breach. Personal information of 40 million customers is exposed.

Chegg, a technology giant specializing in textbook rental, has confirmed a data breach affecting some 40 million customers. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission , the company said it will reset all user passwords after hackers gained access to the company’s customer database.

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