Shiny Hunters hacking group is offering for sale on a dark web marketplace databases containing over 73.2 million user records from over 11 companies.
A hacking group named Shiny Hunters is attempting to sell on a dark web hacking marketplace databases containing more than 73.2 million user records from 11 different companies.
Shiny Hunters started offering the Tokopedia dump last week (90 million user records), then it began proposing 22 million user records for Unacademy and data allegedly obtained from the hack of the Microsoft’s GitHub account.
Now the group has begun selling databases for the meal kit and food delivery company HomeChef, the photo print service ChatBooks, and Chronicle.com.
‘SKY HUNTER’ Leaked database of large companies – https://t.co/IunNTLYfjc, https://t.co/Yr3Tl2OovC, https://t.co/XJafzKIXM5, https://t.co/QcdnWNBG50 AND OTHERShttps://t.co/HmDa9k7a5m#cyber #cybersecurity #malware #hacked #compromised— Cyble (@AuCyble) May 9, 2020ChatBooks confirmed the data breach and started sending data breach notifications to their users.
Now experts from cybersecurity firm Cyble confirmed that Shiny Hunters had started to offering data from other companies, this means that the hacking group is offering a total of user databases from 11 companies.
Below the complete list published by BleepingComputer:
CompanyUser RecordsPriceTokopedia91 million$5,000Homechef8 million$2,500Bhinneka1.2 million$1,200Minted5 million$2,500Styleshare6 million$2,700Ggumim2 million$1,300Mindful2 million$1,300StarTribune1 million$1,100ChatBooks15 million$3,500The Chronicle Of Higher Education3 million$1,500Zoosk30 million$500Users of the above companies urge to change their passwords as soon as possible. If users share the same passwords on other sites, they must change their passwords too.
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