A threat actor is selling databases stolen from 14 companies

Pierluigi Paganini June 30, 2020

A threat actor is selling databases containing data belonging to 14 different companies he claimed were hacked in 2020.

A threat actor is selling databases that contain user records for 14 different organizations he claimed were hacked in 2020, only for four of them (HomeChefMintedTokopedia, and Zoosk) were previously reported data breaches.

The list of companies allegedly hacked include food delivery services, soccer streaming services, fashion and game sites, and loans.

The databases contain a total of 132,957,579 user records.

The databases are available for sale on multiple hacker forums, the all includes usernames and hashed passwords.

According to BleepingComputer, the prices for the databases can be as low as $100, while some databases available for sale go for $1,100.

“From samples of user records seen by BleepingComputer, the data breaches look legitimate, but they have not been confirmed directly by the companies.” reported BleepingComputer.

Below the list of database offered for sale by the threat actor.

Company# of recordsAlleged Breach Date
DarkThrone282,825June 2020
Efun2.2 million2020
Fluke353,321June 2020
Footters209,783June 2020
HomeChef8 million2020
JamesDelivery1.6 millionMarch 2020
KitchHike115,480June 2020
KreditPlus896,170June 2020
Minted4.3 millionMay 2020
Playwings4.1 millionApril 2020
Revelo1.1 millionJune 2020
Tokopedia91 millionApril 2020
Yotepresto1.4 millionJune 2020
Zoosk29.1 millionJanuary 2020

Users of the above websites are recommended to change their passwords on the breached site and on any other site where they used the same credentials.

The availability of this data online poses a serious risk to the users that could be targeted with credential stuffing attacks.

The same threat actor is also selling databases from older breaches including EpicGames, Star Tribune, ZyngaPoker, and Wirecard.

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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, data breaches)

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