Credentials from 8.3 million user accounts were stolen from the DailyQuiz.me website after attackers exfiltrated the site’s database, which was then offered for sale on underground forums and on Telegram channels. According to The Record, the database contents include plaintext passwords, emails, and IP addresses for 8.3 million accounts. It had been sold since January 2021 for around $2000 USD in cryptocurrency but is now publicly accessible after landing in the hands of researchers. Have I Been Pwned has also received a copy of the database to assist users in determining if their credentials were stolen and now exposed.
Headline-grabbing attacks such as Solarwinds, Kaseya, Colonial Pipeline, JBS Foods and the Log4j vulnerability kept