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EyeEm Database leaked February 2018 - Free Download

by datagroove - 06-07-2019 - 05:08 PM
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In February 2018, photography website EyeEm suffered a data breach. The breach was identified among a collection of other large incidents and exposed almost 22M unique email addresses, names, usernames, bios and password hashes. This is a partial leak containing 1M records.

Info: The data didn't match, so, probably fake.

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#2
Nice job. Thanks for the post
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#3
is this the entire thing?
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#4
Yes it's the full database.
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(06-07-2019 - 05:08 PM)datagroove Wrote: In February 2018, photography website EyeEm suffered a data breach. The breach was identified among a collection of other large incidents and exposed almost 22M unique email addresses, names, usernames, bios and password hashes. This is a partial leak containing 1M records.

Info: The data didn't match, so, probably fake.

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#6
Is it legif? Emails and passwords? Passwords are in plain or hash?
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#7
good job, thank you
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#8
very    good, thnxxxxx  !

whaaaat, why post fake info anyways
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(06-07-2019 - 05:08 PM)datagroove Wrote: In February 2018, photography website EyeEm suffered a data breach. The breach was identified among a collection of other large incidents and exposed almost 22M unique email addresses, names, usernames, bios and password hashes. This is a partial leak containing 1M records.

Info: The data didn't match, so, probably fake.

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nice one mate good one
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#10
Been looking for this, thank you well appreciated
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