There are currently 4,604,676,162 / 4,748,055,404 accounts in our database.

We are in the process of re-indexing databases that where lost.

June 13th, 2016

Preface

iMesh.com (now defunct) was hacked on September 22nd, 2013. LeakedSource has obtained and added a copy of this data to its ever-growing searchable repository of leaked data.


LeakedSource is a search-engine capable of searching over 1.9 billion leaked records -- an aggregation of data from hundreds of disparate sources. We have been able to accumulate this data over a relatively short period of time through a combination of deep-web scavenging and rumor-chasing. Occasionally these efforts lead to major discoveries (e.g. Myspace.com, LinkedIn.com), but we really aren't too picky. If we come across a leaked database from a company that most people haven't heard of, we will incorporate it into our master database just the same.


You may search for yourself in the leaked iMesh.com database by visiting our homepage.


Since embarking on this ambitious project just a handful of months ago, we have processed an unbelievable amount of data. Much more than we expected, more than most large companies will ever house -- and we're just getting started. LeakedSource may soon become synonymous with Big Data, so don't miss out!


Anyone may use the information on this page for free in any capacity provided LeakedSource is given credit and a link back.


LeakedSource does not engage in, encourage or condone unlawful entry ("hacking") into private systems.

Table of Contents

Summary

This data set contains 51,310,759 records. Each record contains an email address, a username, one password, an IP address, a Country location and a join date.

API

After the last breach we received many requests for API access, and we are launching a business API with a consumer one to follow in the near future. You can read about the API features at our API page.

Locations

Location data was stored by iMesh, here's that information.


RankCountryFrequency
1United States13,711,788
2Turkey3,984,906
3United Kingdom3,646,707
4Poland2,569,583
5Italy2,084,394
6Germany2,054,638
7Canada1,633,484
8France1,606,438
9Netherlands1,420,732
10Philippines1,295,845
11India1,173,916
12Brazil1,043,064
13Australia988,478
14Spain699,142
15Belgium663,932
16Egypt645,707
17Mexico583,236
18Malaysia501,762
19Algeria408,819
20Indonesia381,794
21Portugal363,261
22Austria330,173
23Denmark320,936
24Switzerland319,056
25Norway284,742
26Israel278,944
27Morocco278,911
28Saudi Arabia277,803
29Pakistan275,541
30Ireland271,422
31United Arab Emirates260,020
32Romania254,175
33Chile234,794
34Argentina231,104
35Yugoslavia230,687
36Sweden229,739
37Peru219,645
38New Zealand205,609
39Greece189,133
40Slovakia182,905
41Colombia172,683
42Czech Republic168,695
43Viet Nam164,946
44Tunisia145,141
45Croatia143,549
46Singapore142,496
47South Africa139,871
48Hungary139,269
49Venezuela136,530
50Lithuania127,932
51Macedonia124,607
52Thailand123,804
53Bosnia and Herzegovina117,661
54Kuwait104,586
55Iran99,697

Passwords

Passwords were stored in multiple MD5 rounds with salting. "Salting" makes decrypting passwords exponentially harder when dealing with large numbers such as these, and is better than what LinkedIn and MySpace did but MD5 itself is not nearly hard enough for modern computing. The methods iMesh used, albeit 3 years ago were still insufficient for the times.


The following table shows the top passwords used by iMesh users.


RankPasswordFrequency
1123456993,176
2123456789330,434
31234233,088
412345175,430
5password86,535
61234567876,989
7123456765,678
812312359,429
911111157,775
1000000051,796
11qwerty45,077
12bearshare44,123
13111142,567
14123456789041,337
15000038,388
16iloveyou32,711
17music29,023
1865432126,754
1912332123,694
2066666623,582
21abc12323,422
2212121219,029
2398765432118,827
24liverpool18,691
25azerty18,432
2611223318,110
27aaaa17,824
281111117,511
29football17,234
3012365416,681
31daniel16,336
3215975315,768
33asdf15,657
34princess15,201
3510203014,117
36michael13,710
37012345678913,140
38fuckyou13,060
39jessica12,865
40aaaaaa12,784
41love12,717
42hallo12,561
43samsung12,552
44computer12,359
4555555512,135
46asdfgh12,094
47jordan12,040
4812312312311,578
49dragon11,204
50monkey11,035
510000010,986
52charlie10,947
5322222210,941
54nicole10,908
555555510,816

Emails

Simple table of top email domains.


RankEmail DomainFrequency
1@hotmail.com14,394,067
2@yahoo.com10,518,713
3@gmail.com4,531,252
4@aol.com1,425,834
5@hotmail.co.uk1,039,512
6@hotmail.fr905,350
7@wp.pl870,635
8@hotmail.it614,268
9@MSN.COM596,484
10@live.com528,800
11@hotmail.de431,598
12@web.de431,155
13@o2.pl414,836
14@yahoo.fr342,238
15@ymail.com325,515
16@libero.it322,083
17@yahoo.co.uk321,068
18@interia.pl258,828
19@gmx.de250,969
20@live.fr235,455
21@comcast.net228,239
22@op.pl227,853
23@AIM.COM189,888
24@mynet.com184,408
25@live.co.uk177,661
26@live.nl172,190
27@yahoo.de164,918
28@live.it161,968
29@windowslive.com160,226
30@sbcglobal.net158,931
31@yahoo.it150,204
32@alice.it143,940
33@rocketmail.com140,937
34@orange.fr126,175
35@vp.pl125,025
36@btinternet.com116,901
37@seznam.cz116,745
38@yahoo.co.in115,620
39@mail.ru113,270
40@yahoo.com.br109,797
41@tlen.pl95,881
42@att.net93,795
43@yahoo.es92,771
44@verizon.net88,748
45@googlemail.com87,131
46@azet.sk86,302
47@poczta.onet.pl84,565
48@hotmail.es83,296
49@bellsouth.net79,259
50@yahoo.ca78,485
51@t-online.de77,926
52@gmx.net77,820
53@yahoo.co.id77,241
54@tiscali.it77,169
55@freenet.de74,030

Site Growth

We can also determine how many new users iMesh had been joining their services per year.


YearAmount of new users
20051,147,132
20064,830,172
20078,651,466
20086,861,168
20094,842,414
20107,124,789
20119,403,440
20125,910,733
20132,539,445
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