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June 14th, 2016

Preface

Verticalscope.com and all of their domains were hacked in February of 2016. LeakedSource has obtained and added a copy of this data to its ever-growing searchable repository of leaked data.


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Table of Contents

Summary

This data set contains nearly 45 million records from over 1100 websites and communities. Some of the larger domains include Techsupportforum.com MobileCampsites.com Pbnation.com and Motorcycle.com. Each record may contain an email address, a username, an IP address, one password and in some cases a second password. We added this data set to LeakedSource on April 27th 2016 but only analyzed it now. Given the massive scale of this breach, it is also likely that VerticalScope stored all of their data on interconnected or even the same servers as there is no other way to explain a theft on such a large scale. ZDNET reporter Zack Whittaker contacted VerticalScope on our behalf and they confirmed the breach in addition to our verification from April.

Passwords

Passwords were stored in various encryption methods but less than 10% of the domains which account for a very small amount of leaked records used difficult to break encryption (less than a couple million). Most of the records (over 40 million) were just MD5 with salting and this is insufficient.


he following table shows the top passwords used by VerticalScope Network users. There seem to be a lot of automated registrations and you can easily see that they own many automobile forums.


RankPasswordFrequency
1123456150,852
218atcskd2w91,103
3password83,862
43rjs1la7qe74,806
5indya12362,453
6q0tsrbv48862,308
7india12362,296
8110110jp57,746
9sojdlg123aljg52,406
10thegreat12349,068
1112345678942,073
12pass147839,962
13d1lakiss33,177
1411111129,850
15qwerty25,059
16yagjecc82621,975
17rjgo7we13821,492
181234567820,703
19mustang20,600
20g9l2d1fzpy19,842
21megasecret16,834
222h7vkzo26615,945
23ektuhi123415,917
24r9lw4j8khx15,188
25tester0114,966
26abc12314,794
27password114,719
28iw14fi9j14,319
29freeze11213,939
30vqsablpzla13,603
31123hfjdk14713,386
321234513,115
336v21wbgad12,517
34letmein11,946
35123411,785
36uqa9ebw44511,729
37yuantuo201211,369
38asdfasdf11,255
39qti7zxh18u11,220
40yamaha11,186
41monkey11,047
42nks230kjs8211,011
43iojsjd988710,791
44corvette10,763
45paintball10,433
46lookatme12310,295
47mongd12310,052
48welcome1239,729
49fake12349,639
50shadow9,611
51baseball9,603
52harley9,357
53sara20009,303
54abcd12349,218
55w5txn36alfw9,162
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