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Here comes a brief summary of this week’s case:
Investigation report “Myspace information leakage”
On May 26, 2016 a sale of 360 million user accounts, leaked from Myspace in late 2008 and early 2009, was announced. The data went to a market, accessible through the Tor network with the initial price of 6 BTC at the time of the sale (about 3000 USD). The database contains email addresses, user names and hashed passwords.
Learn from our intelligence analysts when the intrusion took place and whether your credentials could be among those affected.
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» AEDyR Case
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