Prior this week, white hat hacker Chris Vickery reported that he could access more than 13 million MacKeeper client accounts. A weakness was misused in the organization’s servers, which uncovered the usernames, email addresses and other individual data of 13 million clients. Since the organization forms charge card installments through an outsider, no monetary data was uncovered. Vickery advised the organization of the security opening, and did not discharge any of the information found to the general population. The organization said in an announcement that it settled the bug inside hours of its revelation.