Gnosticplayers is back with a new batch of 65.5 million leaked records, on sale on Dream Market for around $4222,20. The stolen records from 6 companies include email, full name, birth date, credentials, country and physical addres
Gnosticplayers is back with a new batch of 65.5 million leaked records, on sale on Dream Market. It has been reported by Security Affairs. So, cyber security experts expect a rise in cybercrime attacks worldwide, especially phishing, in the next period. The malicious hacker, who in an exclusive conversation with HACKREAD claimed to be a Pakistani citizen, got data from different victims, including six companies: the gaming platform Mindjolt, the online community for shopping Wanelo, the Apple repair center iCracked, the travel company Yanolja, the e-invitations service Evite, and women’s fashion store Moda Operandi. They include email, full name, birth date, credentials (username and password), country and, in some cases, also physical address. He offers the informations for 0.8463 Bitcoin (around $4222, 20). It’s the fifth round of records, put on sale by the hacker, who stole in total over 932 million user records from 44 companies worldwide.
The cyber security experts: There will be a rise of cyber attacks worldwide. Cybercrime won’t miss the opportunity to exploit “fresh” data to earn profits
Gnosticplayers in the first batch offered 620 million of leaked records from 16 breached websites. In the second they were 127 million from eight companies and in the third, 92 million from eight websites. Finally, the fourth group of records was put on sale with more than 26 million data stolen from six firms. Immediately the hunt for the new data has started on Dark Web. This thanks to the good reviews of the buyers on the previous records. Cybercrime, in fact, won’t miss the opportunity to exploit “fresh” data to earn profits. The only way to increase cyber security and reduce the risks is to change every password. Furthermore, it’s a good idea to check personal bank account to inquire about any suspicious transaction that took place using credit card data.