More details have emerged about hacker group “Shiny Hunters’” prey this past month of more than 11 website victims, including Minted, a marketplace of independent illustrators and designers offering consumers items such as custom greeting cards.

BleepingCompany reported that the Shiny Hunters is flooding the dark web with a combined total of 73.1 million user records from at least a dozen websites, including Minted. Database prices among all the victims range $1,500 and $3,500. 

Five million of Minted customers’ data was affected, according to a chart published by Bleepingcomputer earlier this month.

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