Data allegedly from 760,000 Discord.io registered users was listed for sale yesterday on a popular hacking forum. By the end of the day, Discord.io had confirmed a breach. Lawrence Abrams reports:
The Discord.io custom invite service has temporarily shut down after suffering a data breach exposing the information of 760,000 members.
Discord.io is not an official Discord site but a third-party service allowing server owners to create custom invites to their channels. Most of the community was built around the service’s Discord server, with over 14,000 members.
Yesterday, a person known as ‘Akhirah’ began offering the Discord.io database for sale on the new Breached hacking forums. As proof of the theft, the threat actor shared four user records from the database.
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