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Mixcloud data breach exposes over 20 million user records

TechCrunch Friday, 29 November 2019
A data breach at Mixcloud, a U.K.-based audio streaming platform, has left more than 20 million user accounts exposed after the data was put on sale on the dark web. The data breach happened earlier in November, according to a dark web seller who supplied a portion of the data to TechCrunch, allowing us to […]
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