Hackers Stole Data Of Over 2 Million Paid Subscribers of the "Adult" site MyFreeCams

The cybercrime forum lists the data of 2 million paid subscribers of the adult site MyFreeCams for sale. According to the seller, the database came into their possession recently as a result of a successful SQL injection, and with its help it is possible to steal money from premium subscribers.

MyFreeCams is a popular adult video chatting platform with tens of millions of users. The service provides free chat rooms to communicate with a large number of models. Users can also become the owners of premium accounts by purchasing tokens with which they can unlock additional features or tip models.

As CyberNews reports, on January 14, a database containing usernames, unencrypted passwords and email addresses of 2 million premium account holders went on sale on the black market. The cost of the database is $ 1.5 thousand in bitcoins for 10 thousand records. According to the seller, with the help of this data, buyers will be able to receive at least $ 10 thousand in tokens.

Despite such a generous offer, those wishing to buy a database do not line up. Potential buyers are mainly interested in whether it is possible to buy only part of the data, for example, 1,000 for $ 150. In an effort to boost demand for their product, a few days ago, the seller announced that he would sell the same credentials only once. That is, each customer will receive their own unique set of records.

The seller's Bitcoin wallet has so far registered 45 transactions, in which, at the time of publication in CyberNews, a cryptocurrency worth just over $ 21 thousand (BTC 0.60222754) has been accumulated. MyFreeCams has verified the authenticity of the database. The platform has begun sending out appropriate notifications to affected users and resetting their passwords.

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