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After Facebook and LinkedIn Leaks: Clubhouse User Data Online

After Facebook and LinkedIn Leaks: Clubhouse User Data Online

Clubhouse profile information posted on a hacker forum (Photo: Koshiro K / Shutterstock.com)


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For the third time in a week, social media user data has surfaced online. This time around 1.3 million clubhouse users have been affected. But there is an important difference to other leaks.

For the third time in a week, user data has been published on a social media platform. According to Facebook And Center The clubhouse is now affected. As at first Cybernews.com Account details of 1.3 million users have been leaked to the hacker forum.

No important information has been released

So the data log contains the following information:

  • Name
  • Profile picture url
  • Username
  • On Twitter and Instagram Hand
  • Number of followers
  • Number of followers
  • Date of registration
  • Invitation sent profile

So it’s not important information like passwords, credit card numbers or cell phone numbers or email addresses.

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“Nevertheless, a potential cybercriminal can cause real damage through a profile name and links to the user’s other social media profiles”, Warns Cybernews.com.

Data can be linked to other leaked data to create detailed affected profiles. This will make the criminals believe Phishing and social engineering attacks Start or commit identity theft.

What is behind the (existing) leak?

“Number of user IDs. So it looks like someone got the data through a personal API Clubhouse The user is tapped beyond ID1 and redone, ”the security researcher suspects Jane Manjun Wong.

So the database is limited A leak, Instead the collection of information generated by web scraping is generally visible to clubhouse users anyway.

This is different from the incident Data leak on Facebook and LinkedInIt was public a few days ago. Phone numbers and email addresses were also released. This is a very small data set.

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