Rich my post above said:
" The login credentials appear to have been stockpiled over years, as some passwords and emails come from 2008, Hunt said on his blog. The information comes from more than 2,000 different sources, Hunt said. You can check if you were affected by the breach by entering your email address on Have I Been Pwned. And you can see if individual passwords were compromised by clicking here. "
The idea being to get folks the information to check at the free Have I Been Pwnd site. Like the credit bureau breach it was breached years before too that they tried to hide. If a cyber criminal gets all your info from a newer or old listing today you aren't so much worried if your breach was current. Now you can check if you don't keep up with the pwnd service.
No computer always works:
Nov 2018: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2018/11/13/apple-admits-13-inch-macbook-pro-may-lose-your-data/#6fba57122848
Feb 2018: macOS May Lose Data Due to APFS Filesystem Bug
Dec. 2017 Apple's had a shockingly bad week of software problems:
Go here and read around about all those computers that always work:
All Mac crashes and freezes were imaginary right? LOL. I don't get freezes on my Windows units.
You seem to misunderstand when I asked if you would like to join the topic with helpful suggestions for Windows users. Instead of Hijack it with fables of the unicorns and rainbows that blow from Mac computer cooling fans.
Notice the bad apple patches and lost data recently? Just visit Apple Mac support pages. All those folks' Macs failed to always work.
Dave is thinking about replacing our 2010 CRV with car with all those driver help gadgets. The CRV still has its base plate and the under hood portion of an Air Force One braking system. If anyone here is interested you might want to check in before he gets around to actually trading it in.