Hacker Leaks 1.9 Million User Accounts of Free Online Image Editing App Pixlr

Hacker Leaks 1.9 Million User Accounts of Free Online Image Editing App Pixlr

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San Francisco: A hacker known as ShinyHunters has released 1.9 million client records taken from free online photograph editing application Pixlr. The data set delivered free of charge in a hacking gathering contains data that could be utilized by danger entertainers for performing focused on phishing and certification stuffing assaults, BleepingComputer gave an account of Wednesday.

The spilt client records comprise of data, for example, email addresses, login names, SHA-512 hashed passwords, where a client is based, regardless of whether they pursued the pamphlet, and so forth.

ShinyHunters professes to have taken the information base from Pixlr while he broke into the 123rf stock photograph site.

An organization called Inmagine possesses both Pixlr and 123rf.

ShinyHunters was associated with penetrating a few past associations, including Tokopedia, Homechef, Minted, Chatbooks, Dave, Promo, Mathway, Wattpad, said the report.

The danger entertainer said he downloaded the information base from the organization’s AWS pail toward 2020.

The sharing of the information base for nothing on the hacking discussion has procured ShinyHunters acclaim from other danger entertainers who successive the stage as they could utilize the client records for their pernicious exercises.

While Pixlr was to react to the spilt information base report, BleepingComputer said it affirmed that a large number of the email addresses in the data set are enrolled, Pixlr individuals.

Pixlr clients are encouraged to change their passwords on the site promptly out of a bounty of alert.


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