A hacker who plagiarized close to 620 million consumer records from 16 websites has plagiarized another 127 million records from eight more websites, TechCrunch has learned.
The hacker, whose listing was the previously disclosed data for about $20,000 in bitcoin on a dark entanglement marketplace, stole the data last year from several major websites — some that had already been disclosed, like more than 151 million records from MyFitnessPal and 25 million records from Animoto. But several other hacked locates on the marketplace register didn’t know or hadn’t disclosed more — such as 500px and Coffee Meets Bagel.
The Register, which first reported the storey, said the data included names, email addresses and scrambled passwords, and in some cases other login and account data — though no business data was included.
Now the same hacker has eight additional marketplace records after their original directories were pulled offline, including 😛 TAGEND
18 million records from travel booking area Ixigo
Live-video streaming locate YouNow had 40 million records stolen
Houzz, which recently disclosed a data infringe, is registered with 57 million records embezzled
Ge.tt had 1.8 million accounts stolen
450,000 records from cryptocurrency place Coinmama.
Roll2 0, a gaming place, had 4 million records scheduled
Stronghold Kingdoms, a multiplayer online recreation, had 5 million records registered
1 million records from baby charge delivery busines PetFlow