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Microsoft Email Accounts Hacked and Leaked


Microsoft Email Accounts Hacked and Leaked.

A archive file of 1.9GB in size was released on a hacking forum and contains 55,000 thousand e-mail accounts with clear text passwords ( de-hashed ).

From what I can tell so far some of these account owners have updated / changed their old password to a new, since this is a mixed leaks file dump.

Some emails was leaked in 2016, 2019 site breaches, but there are also some that aren't listed as breached on sites like, https://haveibeenpwned.com/ and has both  Pinterest as well as Twitter accounts and some have blogs etc.

These are people from all over the world, like the Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, US, France, Germany, Italy affected by this hack.

Domains affected:

.outlook.com, hotmail.com, hotmail.co.uk, hotmail.de, hotmail.es, hotmail.it, hotmail.com.tr, live.be live.dk, live.fr, live.com.au, live.ca, msn.com etc.

For other security researchers or people interested to see if their account have been hacked, you need to open the .txt file with an texteditor that supports very large files. So if you for example use xed or gedit in Linux it will freeze.

Tip: Use less instead from the commandline.

From there you can search through all the emails.

NEW - for members only:

You can now search through several services for "Free" to see if your email or your friends have been hacked and are being sold on Hacker forums, both on the open Internet as well as the Dark Web. You can search by e-mail, password etc.

Also, sorry but the software is only compatible with Linux at the moment and it is not available in repositories for Debian, LMDE or Ubuntu etc.

To get access and a in depth tutorial how to use it, you need to register as a member.


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