Over 3.2 billion unique pairs of cleartext emails and passwords have been leaked on a popular hacking forum, assembling past leaks from LinkedIn, Netflix, Exploit.in, Bitcoin, and more. This leak is comparable to the Breach Compilation of 2017, wherein 1.4 billion credentials were leaked.
However, the recent breach – Compilation of Many Breaches (COMB) – consists of more than double the unique email and password pairs. As of now, the data is archived and put in an encrypted, password-protected container.
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