Millions of User Accounts for Streaming App ’17’ Hacked and Up for Sale

Joseph Cox reports:

A hacker is advertising a cache of email addresses, poorly secured passwords, phone numbers, and other information from users of photo sharing and video streaming app ’17’, which is particularly popular in Asia.

The data is being sold on The Real Deal, a dark web market that specialises in stolen information and computer exploits.

The data was allegedly obtained via an app server, and not the company’s website, the hacker advertising the data told Motherboard in an encrypted chat.

Read more on Motherboard.

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