The hack took place in early November and exposed data for more than 20 million user accounts. The hacker access to users’ data, including usernames, email addresses, SHA-2 hashed passwords, account sign-up dates and country, the last-login date, the internet (IP) address, and links to profile photos.
“We verified a portion of the data by validating emails against the site’s sign-up feature, though Mixcloud does not require users to verify their email addresses.” reads a post published by Techcrunch. “The exact amount of data stolen isn’t known. The seller said there were 20 million records, but listed 21 million records on the dark web. But the data we sampled suggested there may have been as many as 22 million records based off unique values in the data set we were given.”
The hacker was offering for sale the data dump for 0.27 bitcoin (around $2,000).
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