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Databases containing millions accounts from several popular websites has been made available for sale on the dark web by the hacker who goes by Gnosticplayers.
The hacker posted details of nearly 620 million accounts stolen from 16 popular websites and 127 million records originating from 8 other sites.
List of Hacked Websites
Gnosticplayers told Hack Hex in an email that sale on Dream Market belonged to the following 8 hacked websites:
- Pizap (Photo editor) — 60 million
- Jobandtalent (Online job portal) — 11 million
- Gfycat (GIF hosting service) — 8 million
- Storybird (Online publishing platform) — 4 million
- Legendas.tv (Movie streaming site) — 3.8 million
- Onebip (Mobile payment service) — 2.6 million
- Classpass (Fitness and Yoga center) — 1.5 million
- Streeteasy (Real estate) — 990,000 (1 million)
The hacker is selling the above listed hacked databases individually on Dream Market for 2.6249 Bitcoin (roughly $9,700).
Gnosticplayers said none of the services listed were aware of the data breach of its network and has previously disclosed any such security incident.
Since the majority of compromised services listed here confirmed the previously-unreported or undetected data breaches, it’s likely that the new stolen accounts being sold on the underground market is also legit.
If you are a user of any of the above-listed services or websites disclosed, you should consider changing your passwords.