In January 2021, the now defunct Iranian social media platform Raychat suffered a data breach that exposed 939 thousand unique email addresses. The data included names, IP addresses, browser user agent strings and passwords stored as bcrypt hashes. The data was provided to HIBP by dehashed.com.

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In April 2020, the custom printed apparel website Teespring suffered a data breach that exposed 8.2 million customer records. The data included email addresses, names, geographic locations and social media IDs.

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In June 2020, the Mexican lending platform yotepresto.com suffered a data breach. Over 1.4 million customers were impacted by the breach which disclosed email and IP addresses, usernames and passwords stored as bcrypt hashes. The data was provided to HIBP by dehashed.com.

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In December 2020, the University of California, Berkeley suffered a data breach due to vulnerability in in a third-party provider, Accellion. The breach exposed extensive personal data on both students and staff including 547 thousand unique email addresses, names, dates of birth, genders, social security numbers, ethnicities and other academic related data attributes. Further analysis is available in Exploring the Impact of the UC Data Breach.

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In December 2018, the photo sharing social network Fotolog suffered a data breach that exposed 16.7 million unique email addresses. The data also included usernames and unsalted SHA-256 password hashes. The site was dissolved the following year and repurposed as a news website based in Brcko, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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In April 2021, 13TB of compromised Dominos India appeared for sale on a hacking forum after which the company acknowledged a major data breach they dated back to March. The compromised data included 22.5 million unique email addresses, names, phone numbers, order histories and physical addresses.

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In 2013 (exact date unknown), the Chinese e-commerce service JD suffered a data breach that exposed 13GB of data containing 77 million unique email addresses. The data also included usernames, phone numbers and passwords stored as SHA-1 hashes. The data was provided to HIBP by a source who requested it be attributed to “white_peacock@riseup.net”.

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In April 2021, hackers posted data for sale originating from the online Indian financial platform, Moneycontrol. The data included 763 thousand unique email addresses (allegedly a subset of a larger 40 million account breach), alongside geographic locations, phone numbers, genders, dates of birth and plain text passwords. The date of the original breach is unclear, although the breached data indicates the file was created in September 2017 and Moneycontrol has stated that the breach is “an old data set”.

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In June 2013, the Taiwanese website Yam.com suffered a data breach which was shared to a popular hacking forum in 2021. The data included 13 million unique email addresses alongside names, usernames, phone numbers, physical addresses, dates of birth and unsalted MD5 password hashes.

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In August 2020, the Indian retailer Livpure suffered a data breach which exposed over 1 million customer purchases with 270 thousand unique email addresses. The data also included names, phone numbers, physical addresses and details of purchased items.

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