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Hackers leak personal data of more than million Clubhouse users

Source : 112 Ukraine

This data can be used for easier access to bank accounts
20:42, 11 April 2021

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Unknown hackers have published the personal data of 1.3 million users of the Clubhouse on the Internet. This is reported by Cybernews.

Among the stolen personal data of users, their names and surnames, links to photos, as well as information about user accounts in other social networks (Instagram, Twitter) are indicated. In addition, information about registration, subscriptions and invitations to the Clubhouse was leaked to the network.

According to experts, hackers can use this data to more easily access users' bank accounts.

Note that the Clubhouse information leak occurred a few days after the phone numbers and personal data of hundreds of millions of Facebook users were published on a hacker forum. The data released includes the personal information of over 533 million Facebook users in 106 countries, including over 32 million records for users in the US, 11 million for users in the UK and 6 million for users in India. The data included their phone numbers, Facebook credentials, full names, places, dates of birth, biographical information, and - in some cases - email addresses.

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