Hacker shares 3.2 million Pluto TV accounts for free on forum

Lawrence Abrams reports on one a number of newly dumped databases this past week:

A hacker is sharing what they state are 3.2 million Pluto TV user records that were stolen during a data breach.

Pluto TV is an Internet television service that lets you stream free TV shows with advertisements. The service has over 28 million members, and its mobile apps have been installed over 10 million times.

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