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|Duffy Swiftshadow 05.27.2017 11:10|
||It's mainly a good practice thing since people reuse emails and passwords, that said it's all stored in the usual hashed formats to my knowledge so in most cases the only way to really get someone's info is to intercept their connection and I doubt anyone is gunning to do that for Storehouse. But it never hurts to be careful as a developer, all sorts of crazy exploits appear from time to time.|
|Azure_Zero 05.28.2017 08:32|
That I have to agree with a lot.
Heck, Look at WannaCry it used a remote exploit found in windows and made a freaking mess of things for people.