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Massive credential leak on the Dark Web


The British media The Register has published a new massive leak of personal data, which would affect some 617 million accounts, which have been put up for sale on the Dark Web.

The published information, from 16 compromised websites, contains mainly account holder names, email addresses, encrypted passwords, location and authentication tokens on social networks.

The following list of stolen account databases can be purchased for less than $20,000 in bitcoin on the Dark Web: Dubsmash, MyFitnessPal, MyHeritage, ShareThis, HauteLook, Animoto, EyeEm, 8fit, Whitepages, Fotolog, 500px, Armor Games, BookMate, CoffeeMeetsBagel, Artsy y DataCamp.