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Consumers urged to take precautions in wake of Time Warner hack

The theft of email addresses and passwords gives hackers access to more than correspondence.

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Joshua Silver, who specializes in cybersecurity for the Bernstein, Shur, Sawyer & Nelson law firm in Portland, said there are several malicious things a criminal can do with access to someone’s email account.

“There’s actually a lot more value in email accounts than you might think,” he said. “Think of all the personal information that’s in your emails.” ...see original coverage...