Round 4: Hacker returns and puts 26Mil user records for sale on the Dark Web

    Date18 Mar 2019
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
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    Posted ByBrittany Day

    A hacker who has previously put up for sale over 840 million user records in the past month, has returned with a fourth round of hacked data that he's selling on a dark web marketplace.

    This time, the hacker has put up for sale the data of six companies, totaling 26.42 million user records, for which he's asking 1.2431 bitcoin ($4,940).

    The hacker's name is Gnosticplayers, and since February 11 the hacker has put up for sale data for 32 companies in three rounds [stories on Round 1, Round 2, and Round 3] on Dream Market, a dark web marketplace.

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