Slipp, one of the major marketplaces for selling stolen account credentials, has been seized by law enforcement. According to the US Department of Justice, the website’s infrastructure has been seized by the police.
Slilpp’s past activities were detailed in a seizure warrant affidavit unsealed on Thursday. Since at least 2012, the marketplace has sold stolen credentials for businesses such as PayPal, Amazon, Wells Fargo, Chase, Capital One, and others through domains on both the clear and dark web.
According to the Department of Justice, approximately 80 million credentials were available for purchase from more than 1,400 victim organizations throughout the world.
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