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Gmail, AOL, Hotmail users also hacked, NY Times reportsV

The D33D Company, a group of hackers, recently posted usernames passwords for what looked like 453,492 accounts belonging to Yahoo (YHOO), but the New York Times says the breach also extends to Gmail (GOOG), Hotmail (MSFT), AOL (AOL), Comcast (CMCSA), Verizon (VZ), MSN, SBC Global, BellSouth and Live.com. Yahoo has confirmed that a file containing approximately 400,000 usernames and passwords was stolen Wednesday.