A dark web marketplace this week reportedly began selling stolen data linked to roughly 617 million user accounts from 16 different websites. The Register was first to report the incident, citing details provided by the seller,
who has set up show on the Tor network-based site Dream Market cyber-souk. The affected online services consist of video messaging application Dubsmash (162 million accounts affected); health apps MyFitnessPal (151 million) and 8fit (20 million); genealogy platform MyHeritage (92 million); content sharing service ShareThis (41 million); Nordstrom’s member-only shopping website HauteLook (28 million); cloud-based video creation service Animoto (25 million); photography sites EyeEm (22 million), Fotolog (16 million) and 500px (15 million); online directory Whitepages (18 million); game portal website Armor Games (11 million); e-book subscription service BookMate (8 million); dating site CoffeeMeetsBagel (6 million), art appreciation website Artsy (1 million); and online learning platform DataCamp (700,000).
Read more about the 617 million stolen accounts belonging to different service providers being sold on the dark web on SC Magazine.