One of the biggest Android VPNs hacked? Data of 21 million users from 3 Android VPNs put for sale online

A user on a popular hacker forum is selling three databases that purportedly contain user credentials and device data stolen from three different Android VPN services – SuperVPN, GeckoVPN, and ChatVPN – with 21 million user records being sold in total.

Read more on CyberNews.com. The seller, who has been a member of the forum since 2017, claims that the data were dumped on February 24, 2021 — the day before they were listed for sale.

Note that while DataBreaches.net observes that the report and claims have been repeated by numerous sites, there doesn’t seem to be any statement or response from SuperVPN, GeckoVPN, and ChatVPN as to whether or not they will confirm the claims and the validity of the data.

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