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September 1st, 2016
LeakedSource has exposed every single mega breach of 2016 including LinkedIn, MySpace, and VK.com but because we are the most effective breach notification service in the world, we're back with more.
We have already helped multiple companies, many of them worth billions of dollars, to secure their users with our API which provides cracked plaintext passwords from all 2 billion leaked records. Businesses are then easily able to compare leaked passwords against their own users and if a match is found, they forcibly change the passwords for affected users. If you're interested in using our services, contact us about an API key.
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One final note about the state of affairs on the internet: We have so many databases waiting to be added that if we were to add one per day it would still take multiple years to finish them all. We are also currently processing multiple more mega breaches so stay tuned to our Twitter.
Music service Last.fm was hacked on March 22nd, 2012 for a total of 43,570,999 users. This data set was provided to us by [email protected] and Last.fm already knows about the breach but the data is just becoming public now like all the others.
Each record contains a username, email address, password, join date, and some other internal data. We verified the legitimacy of this data set with Softpedia reporter Catalin C who was in the breach himself along with his colleagues.
Anyone may use any information on this page for free provided LeakedSource is given credit and a direct link back.
You may search for yourself any of the leaked databases by visiting our homepage.
Passwords were stored using unsalted MD5 hashing. This algorithm is so insecure it took us two hours to crack and convert over 96% of them to visible passwords, a sizeable increase from prior mega breaches made possible because we have significantly invested in our password cracking capabilities for the benefit of our users. Here are the top 50:
Most popular email domains used by Last.fm users
When registration dates are available, sometimes we like to see how long it took the website to get millions of users.