Over 172,869,660 accounts were affected by the Zynga data breach, passwords, phone numbers, email addresses and usernames were stolen.

Your data may have been stolen

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What to do for this breach

Change your password immediately

It’s very important that you make this password unique and DO NOT reuse passwords anywhere online. You can combine words to create a passphrase as opposed to a password.

Change password for this site

Change password on other accounts too

Never reuse a password because if it is stolen in one data breach, it can then be used to access all of your other online accounts. This is common practice for hackers to try your login details at countless other websites.

Automate this hassle with a password manager

We recommend trying Bitwarden or Lastpass to easily generate and manage unique passwords. They have browser extensions and apps for your Apple and Android phones, making your passwords easy to manage from any location.

Don’t share your phone number

If your phone number isn’t essential when signing up for an online account, don’t share it. You can even go a step further and make use of ‘burner’ phone numbers with apps like MySudo.

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