If you’re a longtime Slack user, you may get a notification today that your password needs to be reset. The work messaging app said Thursday that it’s resetting passwords for about 1% of Slack accounts due to a 2015 security incident.
Slack said it’s resetting passwords for all accounts that were active at the time of the 2015 incident, except those of users who have changed their passwords since March 2015 and of accounts that use a single sign-on service, like Okta or OneLogin. Roughly 65,000 accounts are getting reset, according to ZDNet.
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