Evernote, a California-based business which allows users to store and organize personal data on their servers, has released a notice stating that they believe they have fallen victim to hackers.
The company which has close to 50 million users said that some user data had been accessed requiring their users to need to reset their passwords, however financial information wasn't believed to have been accessed or stolen.According to Evernote, the only thing that was breached were e-mail addresses and the usernames and passwords that were associated with the e-mail addresses.
Evernote is only the latest of a long list of company's that have been made to suffer due to hacking. Twitter, Apple and Facebook have all be victims of hacking problems as of recently as well as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.
It's thought that the papers were hacked by the Chinese military, while those affecting the tech company's were due to Easter Europeans.