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Using Clubhouse? Your details may have been leaked TECH news The details of 1.3 million ClubHouse users have been leaked Information about 1.3 million Clubhouse users can be downloaded in the popular hackers forum for free and for anyone who requires it. The leak comes shortly after the leaks of the details of 500 million Facebook users and millions of LinkedIn users. This will check if your details have been leaked Tags Cyber Mikey Levy Sunday



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The details of 1.3 million ClubHouse users have been leaked

Information about 1.3 million Clubhouse users can be downloaded in the popular hackers forum for free and for anyone who requires it.

The leak comes shortly after the leaks of the details of 500 million Facebook users and millions of LinkedIn users.

This will check if your details have been leaked

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Mikey Levy

Sunday, 11 April 2021, 12:30 Updated: 12:52

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Not just Facebook and LinkedIn: Information on 1.3 million Clubhouse users can be downloaded from the popular hackers forum for free and for anyone who requires it.

"The information was distributed a few days after the social network announced the Clubhouse Pay service that allows payments to content creators within the app and after Twitter was interested in purchasing the social network for $ 4 billion, so it is unclear whether this leak will affect these two," explains Ram Levy. And the founder of the Confides Company and the center of the former prime minister's cyber committee.



The information disseminated includes username, name, photo link, Twitter nickname, Instagram nickname, number of followers, number of followers, number of people the user is following, date of account creation, name of the profile that invited the user to connect to the app.

Levy explains that with the information it is possible to "generate dedicated phishing attacks for example it is possible to send users fake messages on behalf of and ask them to verify details or give their password."

Levy adds: "Right now to pay attention to suspicious emails. Since access to the Clubhouse is through two-step verification via the smartphone."

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In recent weeks, we have witnessed two huge leaks: a leak of 500 million Facebook users, reported by Israeli security researcher Alon Gal, and another leak of LinkedIn information.

The leaks themselves are dangerous, but the danger increases when hackers cross databases, thus obtaining a complete picture of the victim, allowing for a sophisticated phishing attack.

Facebook has chosen not to notify users whose details have been leaked.

This way you will find out if your details have been leaked

Countless different burglaries take place around the world every year, which affect millions of Israelis, among others.

Until a few years ago there was no unequivocal way to check if your email account was leaked to the web, but now, through the "Have I Been Pwned" site, maintained by cyber security personnel and a board member from Microsoft, you can quickly check if you were part of a hack in recent years.

All you have to do is log in to the site and enter your email address.

If it is exposed online, the site will notify you immediately.

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