Hackers put nearly 4 billion Clubhouse rooms for sale

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Hackers put nearly 4 billion Clubhouse rooms for sale

Cybercriminals have at their disposal a complete database of phone numbers of users of the social network Clubhouse, said cybersecurity specialist Mark Ruef.

The hackers have put up for sale 3.8 billion phone numbers, including those who are in contacts with people registered in the Clubhouse, he wrote on his Twitter.

The cybercriminals plan to sell user data by September 4.

As the website kp.ru wrote, in the spring of 2021, data from several hundred large and thousands of small companies in Russia appeared on the Internet. They all posted information in the free online Trello project manager.

Earlier, on one of the hacker forums on the Internet, the personal data of more than 533 million users of the social network Facebook were published in the public domain. About 32 million of these are from accounts from the United States.

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