Hackers published data on 3.2 million users lifted from DriveSure data on the Raidforums hacking forum late last month.
To prove the data's quality, threat actor “pompompurin” detailed the leaked files and user information information in a lengthy post, according to researchers at Risk Based Security, who were the first to report the breach.
The long post was unusual in that hackers typically only share valuable segments or trimmed down versions of user databases, the researchers wrote, but in this case, numerous backend files and folders were leaked.
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