- ‘Russia’s Facebook’ was hacked and 100 million users’ details are up for sale
- Popular Russian social network VKontakte has been hacked, and 100 million customers’ account details are up for sale.
- The hack of the site, which is sometimes referred to as “Russia’s Facebook,” was first reported by hack-tracking site LeakedSource .
- So if you have an account on VKontakte, hurry up and change your password â especially if you’re using the same one elsewhere online.
- The sale is new, although the hack apparently happened some time ago â in 2012 or 2013, the hacker selling the data told ZDNet .
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VKontakte was apparently hacked in 2012 or 2013 — and now its users’ details are for sale.
VKontakte hacked, 100 million user accounts for sale for 1 bitcoin