A hacker dubbed Gnosticplayers, who is known for selling personal information, recently posted 26.42 million stolen user records for sale on the dark web in what he is calling a fourth round of leaks.
The threat actor has previously offered up for sell more than 840 million records since February 2019 and sells them in “rounds,” according to ZDNet. So far, data from 32 companies has been released in previous rounds with information from six more companies, including game dev platform GameSalad, made available in the fourth round.
The other companies affected in the most recent dump include Brazilian bookshop Estante Virtual, scheduling software firm Coubic , Japanese scheduling app LifeBear, Indonesian e-commerce site Bukalapak, and Indonesian youth student and career site YouthManual.com.
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