Instagram hackers sell off info for Many Users

  1. Stacie L profile image89
    Stacie Lposted 6 weeks ago

    Hours after the hack was disclosed, hackers established a searchable database named Doxagram allowing users to search for victims’ contact information for $10 per search. The hacker provided a list of 1,000 accounts they said were available for searching on Doxagram to the Daily Beast, and the list included most of the 50 most-followed accounts on the service. Instagram still will not say how many accounts were affected, other than that it is a “low percentage of Instagram accounts.” There are more than 700 million active Instagram accounts; hackers say they have information on file for 6 million users. Users’ passwords were not exposed in the hack, Instagram said.
    https://www.theverge.com/2017/9/1/16244 … lena-gomez
    I was surprised that they sold the info for only $10.00 and that many more weren't involved. I was thinking about joining before this happened. I guess everything is at risk of hacking

  2. malikdoctor profile image60
    malikdoctorposted 6 weeks ago

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