Emails, hashed passwords, and usernames of more than 3.5 million users of dating app MobiFriends have been put up for sale on an underground forum.
MobiFriends is an online service and Android app designed to help users worldwide meet new people online. The Barcelona-based developer has not commented on the leak.
The leaked data include dates of birth, genders, website activity, mobile numbers, usernames, email addresses and MD5 hashed passwords.
Researchers warn the data includes professional email addresses associated with well-known entities, including American International Group (AIG), Experian, Walmart, Virgin Media and a number of other Fortune 1000 companies.
Leaked credentials continue to be a top threat for companies. With more companies working from home, for instance, cybercriminals have been trading Zoom credentials on underground forums.
At the end of 2019 more than 250 million Facebook users had their private data exposed in a potential phishing attack.
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