After a huge Facebook leak, the data of more than one million clubhouse users was leaked online, according to Cyber News. Denial of social network.
Hackers have published data of 1.3 million users of the new 100% audio social network Clubhouse, announcing Cyber News to disclose their names, IDs and profiles on other social networks including Instagram and Twitter.
The SQL database, posted for free on a popular hacker forum, also contains other information about users, including the names of the people who created them at the clubhouse, photo web addresses, number of customers, or accounts. Invited to date.
However, no bank card number has been disclosed, Cyber News specifies.
This news comes a few days later 553 million personal data leaks Facebook users
The clubhouse emphasizes the public nature of the data
The social network later stated that its system had not been breached, stating that the data in question was already public.
“This is incorrect. The clubhouse has not been breached or hacked. The data mentioned is the public profile information of our app that anyone can access through the app or our API,” Clubhouse said on Twitter.
This is misleading and inaccurate. The clubhouse has not been breached or hacked. The data referenced is all public profile information from our app, which anyone can access through the app or our API. https://t.co/I1OfPyc0Bo
– Clubhouse (@joinClubhouse) April 11, 2021
In France, the National Commission for Information and Freedom (CNIL) was the first Opened a check on the club house app To test whether social networks in European countries do not violate the rules of data protection.
Users at risk
Newspapers warn that “real damage” can occur if public information is used By skilled cyber criminals. This data can especially make it possible to create false detailed profiles.
Criminals can compare the same person’s information from different networks and thus lead to targeted phishing or users whose information has been exposed.
Clubhouse users are therefore advised to ignore connection requests from strangers and avoid suspicious messages. They can also reset their password to ensure that it is separate from other social networks. Another way to protect yourself against cybercriminals is to enable two-factor authentication.