Hacked, Thousands of Credit Cards and Accounts Leaked

According to a publication in the portal, a well known cybercrime platform used to sell stolen Internet users data, has been hacked and its database dumped online.

This leak was discovered by the team at Hacked-DB, a data mining Company. They inform that 16,566 user accounts with email addresses and their encrypted passwords, 9,000 accounts from platforms like Uber, cPanel, WebMail, GoDaddy, Twitter, PayPal, Amazon and more have been stolen and released to the public. The data dump also contained personal and credit card data of 5,000 users including ID card numbers, hacked, its database dumped online

Nulled.IO is a hacking based forum that, according to their website, appears to have 473,700 registered users who share, sell and buy leaked content, stolen credentials, nulled software and software cracks.

The whole database was obtained by an unknown hacker and dumped online including sensitive information that could lead to serious legal problems for some of the forum’s users. site screenshot site screenshot

The accounts compromised all contain user names, email addresses, encrypted passwords, registration dates and registered with IP address. Other tables such as the nexus transactions table for VIP access payments contains User ID ( which can be matched back to users in the customers table), payment methods, paypal emails, dates and costs.

The breach was presumably possible due to the myriad of vulnerabilities existing on the software the site was running, IP.Board.