A criminal marketplace allegedly set up to sell stolen login credentials was taken down by a joint operation. The United States, Germany, the Netherlands, and Romania were all involved in the operation. According to an unsealed seizure warrant, since 2012, the Slilpp market has been selling stolen login credentials, including usernames and passwords for bank accounts, online payment accounts, mobile phone accounts, retailer accounts, and other online accounts. At the time of the takedown, law enforcement believed Slilpp sold login credentials for over 1,400 account providers. Although the marketplace is gone, investigators feel the extent of the damage caused by Slilpp is still unknown.
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