Bigger than Comelec Database Breach, Hacker’s Leaked almost 2 Billion Accounts
A couple of months ago Philipines is one of the biggest database breaches ever happened in the world if the Interweb, with the Comelec Database Leak. But if you think 55 million database information is large enough well, a new website is now fully accessible with over almost 2 Billion account available in their database.
Due to the security measure, no link will be posted in this article but only a screenshot of the actual website and what you can see when you search in their database.
The is a “collaboration of data found online in the form of a search engine. The purpose of the tool is to give users the ability to search and find whether their data is available online or not. We are a full disclosure site so we provide all data to the user so they can be better informed of what data (emails, passwords ect) have been breached. A simple Google search will reveal downloads of .gz files with thousands of user data. This site’s goal is to make it easy to find where your data has been released publicly such as 000Webhost.com, Xsplit and Neopets.com databases. We are not responsible for any data leaks, we just find them for you and our scripts make them searchable.”
When you visit the website you can freely search via Email, Username, Phone Number, IP Address and Firstname / Lastname.
Users can subscribe for as low as $0.76 a day to access the raw data information of the said hacked account. So if any person wants to social engineer your account they can easily subscribe and they will have access to your information. The site also features a removal tool that is located on their FAQ. They will email to your email address and send the procedure on how to remove your account from their database to avoid access from other people.
Some of the sites added to their database is Adobe.com, MySpace, Linkedin, 000Webhost.com and the newly added are the following.
- Elex.com (Clash of Kings)
An advance googling will show the result of the website online.