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Monster Worldwide, the owner of employment search site Monster.com, last week began notifying the estimated 1.3 million users affected by a breach that leaked résumé information and pledged to beef up network monitoring and defenses to prevent such a leak from happening again. As reported by SecurityFocus, a malicious Trojan- …

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Anonymous Coward

I don't know if this is right it looks funny.

résumé (I already read no html but this is better anyway) I don't think you need the first cute e it would make it

ray-zoom-ay(in retard phonetic spelling).Sorry, if I am wrong

I don't think I have ever seen that spelling before.

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Here in the UK...

... we say "CV", none of this froggy imported stuff please :)

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Anonymous Coward

... we say "CV", none of this froggy imported stuff please :)

As opposed to the Itai [Latin] Imported stuff

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Monsterous!!?

Gdo knows how they ever got in to it I joined?signed upto Monster here in the UK and when I tried to log on to their site it refused my password phoned them up and got their default password and guess what it was ?●●●●●●●☺☺☺

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The solution is...

... not to work nor to seek work.

Breakfasting at 11am, lazing about all afternoon on the beach and reading El Reg in the evening before going down the pub is a much better bet. And, it seems, a more secure one.

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