The leading UK site for parents has had users data compromised by hackers then using 'Heartbleed' exploit.
Mumsnet sent an email to users, warning that the hackers may have passwords and personal messages before network administrators were able to fix the vulnerability.
The website has urged all users to change their passwords.
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