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August 24th, 2016
LeakedSource is already the best data breach monitoring service in the world and this batch of data pushes us over 2 billion records making us by far the largest as well. We're not done adding data either. Expect lots more breaches to be exposed including some in the crypto currency space.
We have already helped multiple companies secure their users with our API which provides cracked plaintext passwords from all 2 billion records for businesses to compare against their own users and forcibly change affected passwords. If you're interested in using our services, contact us about an API key.
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Subdomains belonging to mail.ru were hacked in August of 2016.
Specifically they are:
We have so much data that we're also adding multiple other databases at the same time, a full list is below:
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Not a single website used proper password storage, they all used some variation of MD5 with or without unique salts.
We thought the passwords used by the *.mail.ru communities were comical so here is their top 50