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It did not expose an exact number, but at least 6 million of the company’s 161 million member passwords popped up online.

Dating website eHarmony last night acknowledged that it too was caught up in the hack that compromised about 6 million LinkedIn passwords. “After investigating reports of compromised passwords, we have found that a petite fraction of our user base has been affected,” eHarmony said in a blog post. “We are continuing to investigate but would…