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Online information storage firm Evernote has asked all users to reset their passwords, following a security breach by hackers.
The California-based company, that allows people to store and organise personal data on an external server, is thought to have about 50 million users.
It said user names, email addresses and encrypted passwords were accessed.
But it insisted there was "no evidence" that payment details or stored content was accessed, changed or lost.Evernote Hacked and Users Should Change Their Password [bbc.co.uk]