Leak for 386 million users, free download

Leak for 386 million users, free download
ShinyHunters is the name of the account that on July 21 published on a forum dedicated to hacking the link to download for free a file containing information relating to 386 million users, coming from a total of 18 data breaches. He is held responsible among others for the violations perpetrated during the last period against Wattpad, Dave, Chatbooks, Promo.com, Mathway, HomeChef and GitHub.

The ShinyHunters archive: 386 millions of accounts

Below is the complete list of services from which the leaks originate with a reference to the date on which the violation was reported. In nine cases the accident was reported and was already known, in as many it had never been reported.

Appen.com 5.8 million (the date the violation is unknown, never reported); Chatbooks.com 15.8 million (date of violation march 26, 2020, reported); Dave.com 7 million (date of violation July 2020, reported); Drizly.com 2.4 million (date of violation July 2020, never reported); GGumim.co.kr 2.3 million (date of violation march 2020, reported); Havenly.com 1.3 million (date of violation June 2020, never reported); Hurb.com 20 million (the date the violation is unknown, reported); Indabamusic.com 0.5 million (the date the violation is unknown, never reported); Ivoy.mx 0.1 million (date of violation unknown, never reported); Mathway.com 25.8 million (date of violation January 2020, reported); Proctoru.com 0.4 million (date of violation unknown, never reported); Promo.com 22 million (date of violation July 2020, reported); Rewards1.com 3 million (date of violation July 2020, never reported); Scentbird.com 5.8 million (the date the violation is unknown, never reported); Swvl.com 4 million (the date the violation is unknown, reported); TrueFire.com 0.6 million (the date the violation is unknown, reported); Vakinha.com.br 4.8 million (the date the violation is unknown, never reported); I 270 million (date of violation June 2020, reported). The decision to distribute the database freely is explained by the same ShinyHunters for the preparation of the site BleepingComputer.

I simply thought: “I have already fruity enough money”, so I have issued for the benefit of all. Of course, some people are a bit angry because they paid retailers for only a few days ago, but I don't care.

The sale of a single package, for example, in the case of I, can fetch up to 100,000 dollars. The advice to follow for users who have subscribed to one of the sites or the services listed is to change the password in the shortest time possible.

Source: BleepingComputer

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