Hacker group ‘ShinyHunters’ sells more than 73 MILLION user records on the dark web from 10 online services including the StarTibune and Zoosk

Hacker group ‘ShinyHunters’ sells more than 73 MILLION user records on the dark web from 10 online services including the StarTibune and Zoosk

More than 73 million user records have been stolen from a number of online services and are being sold on the dark web for a total of $18,000.

The hacker group, named ‘ShinyHunters’, scraped data from at least 10 companies including Zoosk, Chatbooks and the StarTribune.

The online dating app, Zoosk, had the largest breach, as the cybercriminals grabbed 30 million user record and Chatbooks came in second with 15 million, according to ZDNet.

Chatbooks is the only firm to acknowledge the attack, which said login credentials including names, email address and passwords were taken in the haul, along with some phone numbers and FacebookIDs.

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