3.2 Million Email IDs Shared On The Forum1 min read

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A new scandal related to cybersecurity has occurred. Approximately 3.2 million email IDs and passwords were shared in the form of a hack.

How e-mail ID and passwords were compromised

Today, personal information obtained through sinner attacks can be sold in various ways or shared openly. Usually the Dark Web and various hacking forums are the choice of attackers.

In the form of a hack, about 3.2 million users’ emails and passwords were shared. It is stated that the method of obtaining these data obtained through multiple vulnerabilities is similar to a large-scale identity theft in 2017.

In the index shared by CyberNews, these e-mails were added to the Personal Data Leak Checker. Users can check whether their information is shared by logging in here.

Cybersecurity experts point out that multi-factor authentication plays a key role in securing e-mails. Therefore, you can switch to multi-factor authentication for your e-mails without wasting much time.

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