Data from 1.3 million Clubhouse users hit the web

According to the profile portal Cybernews, the personal data of 1.3 million users of the social network Clubhouse was freely available on the Internet.

According to the publication, the files were published on a popular hacker forum for free access. They contain usernames, linked Twitter and Instagram accounts, and information about the number of subscribers and subscriptions, the date of profile creation, and invitations to rooms by user name.

The portal notes that the materials do not contain confidential information. For example, in “plums,” there is nothing about bank cards.

Earlier it became known that the Network posted the personal data and phone numbers of 533 million Facebook users. The array of information about 500 million users of the social network LinkedIn hackers put up for sale.

The Clubhouse app is a social network based on voice communication without the possibility of recording and further dissemination of what is happening. It was launched last year, and in the Russian segment of the Internet, the service became popular last February.

The platform is only available to users of the iOS operating system. To use it, you must receive an invitation from an already registered user.

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