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Billions of personal records revealed in landmark leak;  Find out if your data has been affected

Billions of personal records revealed in landmark leak; Find out if your data has been affected

The leak is considered the largest personal data theft ever.

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more than 26 billion pieces of information from users around the world – The equivalent of 12 terabytes of personal data or 78 million pages of PDF documents – has been leaked to the Internet and is in the hands of Hackers that it Criminals.

Call “Mother of all leaks” (MOAP)The leak is considered the largest theft of personal data ever. MOAB has reached out to large websites and companies such as X (formerly Twitter), Canva, Linkedin, Deezer, Wattpad, Badoo, Adobe.

According to the technology website Cybernews, which published the leak, The MOAB contains 3,800 volumes, each corresponding to an infusion. they Emails, passwords, phone numbers, usernames, addresses, card numbers, and documents.

MOAB also includes records from Brazilian and US government organizations. Since the data leak has no certain authority and The most appropriate recommendation is to change personal passwords if the site appears on the list, and to use two-factor authentication when possible.


Although most of the data comes from old leaks, it is important to pay more attention now that the information has been re-published. It is worth paying attention to phishing attempts via email or messages and avoid downloading attachments from unknown sources or clicking on links whose safety you are not sure of.

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