If you have a Pandora account, you need to change your password!

If you have a Pandora account, you need to change your password!
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If you have an account with music streaming service Pandora, you might want to change your password.

Pandora recently discovered a security vulnerability connected to some of its listeners, causing the company to send an email encouraging users to change their passwords. 

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Why you need to change your Pandora password

According to Business Insider, Pandora’s security teams discovered Pandora usernames in data that had been stolen from another service, leading Pandora to believe some listeners’ information could have been compromised. 

Below is the email that was sent to some users:

If you have a Pandora account, you might want to change your password

This notice follows some rather large recent data breeches, involving companies such as Twitter and LinkedIn

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Charis Brown About the author:
Charis Brown is the Senior Deals Editor for ClarkDeals.com. Her favorite discount store is Nordstrom Rack, where she once bought something for $.01! She and her husband Justin paid off $27,000 of debt in 11 months and now live debt-free.
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