Ixigo hacked along with 5 other sites, 127 millions account leaked

A hacker who stole near 620 million client records from 16 sites has struck once more.

As indicated by a techCrunch report, the programmer has around 18 million client records from travel booking site Ixigo and 40 million YouNow which is a live-video-streaming site.

Earlier, the same hacker claimed that he had user records from several major websites. He has more than 151 million records from MyFitnessPal and 25 million records from Animoto.Ixigo hacked along with 5 other sites, 127 millions account leaked Million Accounts Hacked 644x362 ixigo hacked along with 5 other sites, 127 millions account leaked Ixigo hacked along with 5 other sites, 127 millions account leaked Million Accounts Hacked 644x362

A hacker who stole near 620 million client records from 16 sites has struck once more. This time it has broken into 127 million additional records from eight unique locales.

As indicated by a TechCrunch report, the programmer has around 18 million client records from travel booking site Ixigo and 40 million YouNow which is a live-video-streaming site.
According to the report, Houzz recently disclosed a data breach listing 57 million records stolen and Ge.tt had 1.8 million accounts taken. As per the programmer’s postings, Ixigo utilized an obsolete “MD5” hashing calculation to scramble passwords, which made it simple to unscramble.

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Earlier, the same hacker claimed that he had user records from several major websites. He has more than 151 million records from MyFitnessPal and 25 million records from Animoto. It also argued that the databases, which are aimed at making the life easier for hackers, can be easily purchased from the Dream Market cyber-souk, located in the Tor network, for less than $20,000 in Bitcoin. According to the report, the stolen information mainly includes account holders’ names, email addresses, and passwords.