Heads up to Time Warner customers: The company says the emails and passwords of hundreds of thousands customers may have been stolen.

On Wednesday, the company said that as many as 320,000 customers' emails and passwords may have been leaked.

NBC News reported that the cable company said there is no indication that its systems were breached and that the info may have been stolen using malware.

Time Warner is working with the FBI and says all the stolen emails and passwords were with the Roadrunner service and customers with emails ending in @rr.com may be affected. Customers whose info may have been affected should be receiving info from Time Warner on how to reset their passwords, but if you're a customer, might not be a bad time to hop into your account and change your password anyway.

[Via NBC News]