Hacked, Thousands of Credit Cards and Accounts Leaked

Waqas writes:

… The hackers behind the leak claim to have leaked 16,000’s registered accounts, 15,000 user accounts which were stolen from other sites and stored on the hacked servers and around 9000 credit card data. Hacked-DB, the data mining company who first discovered the data contacted HackRead with an in-depth analysis according to them the leaked data is legit and stolen from platforms across the web. The dumped data contains 16,566 user accounts with email addresses and their encrypted passwords, 9,000 accounts from platforms like Uber, cPanel, WebMail, GoDaddy, Twitter, PayPal, Amazon and more. (The 9,000 accounts were available on for sale.)

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