Cyber Security

Hackers dump data for 2.3 million Patreon users online

“Crowdfunding site Patreon revealed earlier this week that it had recently been hacked, compromising the email addresses, usernames, and shipping addresses of its users. Since then, the hackers have dumped the data online, revealing the personal information of about 2.3 million users in the process.

The data was made available for anyone to download, and Troy Hunt, owner of haveibeenpwned.com, was able to extract the information and analyze the information in the file:”

Source: Hackers dump data for 2.3 million Patreon users online | The Verge

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