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Over 12M stolen accounts from 11 bitcoin forums offered for sale on dark web - Report
A dark web vendor going by the name “DoubleFlag” has listed databases of eleven bitcoin forums for sale on a dark web marketplace, Hackread reported.
According to the report, the databases were stolen between 2011 to 2017 and includes:
The total number of data stolen from these forums is over 12,000,000 and is being offered for sale for $400. The database includes details such as username, email address, personal text number, gender, date of birth, website title and URL, location and password. Hackread pointed out that while some passwords have been decrypted, some are using SHA1 hash which is easy to decrypt.
Recently, Hackread also reported that another dark web vendor “SunTzu583”, who listed millions of decrypted Gmail, Yahoo and PlayStation Network accounts, is now offering more of Gmail and Yahoo accounts with decrypted passwords. These include accounts that have been stolen from previous data breaches of Bitcoin Security Forum, LinkedIn, Dropbox, MySpace and others.