Sony becomes the latest company to commit a social media blunder
The site, which allows users to make notes online, announced the security breach on it’s blog after an attempt was made to access secure information on the site such as users passwords.
Although Evernote passwords are protected by one-way encryption the service required it’s users to reset their passwords. According to Evernote users content hasn’t been affected and payment information for the service hasn’t been accessed.
This comes just weeks after companies such as Microsoft, Apple and Facebook also reported hacking.
British publisher ‘Trinity Mirror’ could take over ‘The Daily Express’ and ‘The Daily Star’, after the company stated that they were looking at certain assets in the Northern Shell Group, owned by Richard Desmond.