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Adobe announced they had been hacked and millions of user accounts and passwords compromised.

These sites allow a search on email address to see if it was compromised:

This site contains the Top 100 passwords used:

Where are they getting this information from?

Where can I download a list of the emails so I can notify any of my site's users, with the same email, to change their password like Facebook have done?

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closed as off-topic by Ladadadada, Xander, TildalWave, NULLZ, Terry Chia Nov 18 '13 at 2:30

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This question appears to be off-topic because it is asking for a link to a particular resource from a particular incident. Links to this data will likely quickly be invalidated and not helpful to future users, so this is not a good fit for the StackExchange site format. – Xander Nov 17 '13 at 22:41
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I could not give you a direct link to the file, but you could search for a file called "users.tar.gz", which has a file size of about 3.8 GB. With the search engine of your choice you should be able to find the file within minutes.

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Cheers. That's all I wanted to know. – Turgs Nov 18 '13 at 0:26

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