hello-hello Language learning website hacked, 38,000 user credentails leaked

logo_hello-hello A hacker using the handle m0le has contacted us with a rather big leak from a website hat teaches different spoken languages. The website known as Hello-Hello (https://hello-hello.com) provides online services for people to learn other languages. The leaked data has been posted to pastehtml in raw extraction format and contains 67,000+ rows of user accounts of which only 38,000 are non duplicated. We have processed the data via ozdc.net but if you are a user of this website we do suggest that you change your password ASAP and also possible contact the administration to find out why they have allowed this to happen in the first place. The leaked data contains user names, first and last names, emails and encrypted passwords. There was no attached reason or release message with this attack. At time of publishing data is still being processed for ozdc.net archives and updates will be made once finished.

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