Over 640,000 PlayStation stolen accounts up for sale in the Dark Web


  A seller in the Darkweb is offering to sell over 640,000 PlayStation accounts for 0.0292BTC ($35.71).

 The seller who goes online with the moniker SunTzu583, last week was reported by Hackread for putting for sale in the Darkweb over 1 million Gmail and Yahoo accounts. Few days later, same seller is offering 640,000 PlayStation accounts. The dumps of the stolen accounts includes emails and clear text passwords, though the source is yet to be known

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 The seller said that the archive was not directly stolen from PlayStation network but the logins contains unique accounts of PlayStation users which may also work for other web services.

 About eight weeks ago Supercell, developers of Clash of Clans, Boom day, Hay Day and Clash Royale suffered a breached that affected over 1.1 million users account due to their use of an outdated VBulletin software. Other top forums such as Grand Theft Auto (GTA), Epic Games, Pakwheels, Clash of Kings and other top forums previously suffered from the same fate for also using an outdated VBulletin.

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As at the time of this report, PlayStation hadn't said anything regarding the stolen accounts.

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