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Data for roughly 139 million users has been taken during the breach

Canva is one of Australia's biggest tech companies. Founded in 2012, the Canva website has become a favorite among regular users and large companies who often use it to build quick websites, design logos, or put together eye-catching marketing materials. Since its launch, the site has shot up the Alexa website traffic rank, and has recently entered the Top 200, currently ranked at #170. Three days ago, the company announced it raised $70 million in a Series-D funding round, and is now valued at a whopping $2.5 billion. Canva also recently acquired two of the world's biggest free stock content sites -- Pexels and Pixabay. Details of Pexels and Pixabay users were not included in the data stolen by the hacker. Stolen data included details such as customer usernames, real names, email addresses, and city & country information, where available. For 61 million users, password hashes were also present in the database. The passwords where hashed with the bcrypt algorithm, cu
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