3.2 Billion Credentials Leaked in the Darkweb

Darkweb is quite dynamic, and no two days are the same! In this instance, a known threat actor has leaked a database with over 3 Billion credentials were leaked in one of the Russian-speaking marketplaces.

The post was originally made on Feb 3, 2021.

Per the actor, this includes the previously leaked breach complication database, along with new leaks.

Cyble researchers have confirmed that they are compiled from previous breaches, most of them are years old. Leaks like these often are used by cybercriminals credential stuffing attacks and others.

Cyble has indexed the leaked information on amibreached.com.

We recommend people to: 

  • Never share personal information, including financial information over the phone, email, or SMSes.  
  • Use strong passwords and enforce multi-factor authentication wherever possible.  
  • Regularly monitor your financial transactions, and if you notice any suspicious activity, contact your bank immediately.  
  • Turn on the automatic software update feature on your computer, mobile, and other connected devices wherever possible and pragmatic.  
  • Use a reputed anti-virus and Internet security software package on your connected devices, including PC, laptop, and mobile.  
  • People who are concerned about their exposure in the Darkweb can register at AmiBreached.com to ascertain their exposure.  
  • Refrain from opening untrusted links and email attachments without verifying their authenticity.   

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