51 Million iMesh Passwords Dumped Online

Paul Wagenseil reports:

If you’re suffering from data-breach fatigue, tough luck. LeakedSource, the shadowy website that broke the recent news of the LinkedIn and MySpace breaches, today (June 13) announced that 51 million account credentials for iMesh, a defunct file-sharing service, were being sold online.

Read more on Tom’s Guide.

In its blog post, LeakedSource explains:

iMesh.com (now defunct) was hacked on September 22nd, 2013. LeakedSource has obtained and added a copy of this data to its ever-growing searchable repository of leaked data.

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