Last week, online sneaker marketplace StockX appear a major data breach that originally took place in May.

The breach had apparent names, email addresses, aircraft addresses, usernames, shoe sizes, hashed passwords, and acquirement histories of about 6.8 actor customers.

According to Bleeping Computer, the stolen data is now being sold online on dark web.

Have I been Pwned to the rescue

A report by TechCrunch appear on August 3 appear how an bearding data breach seller had accomplished out to the advertisement after saying where or how they acquired the data, and noted the data had a price tag of $300 on a dark web listing.

To see if you’re among those impacted, head to Troy Hunt’s data breach site Have I been Pwned, which added the stolen database over the weekend. To avoid bad actors from base this advice to stage credential capacity attacks, you should anon accede alteration your passwords.

New capacity emerge

StockX initially had sent countersign reset emails under the guise of “system updates,” but a couple of days later it accepted it had fallen victim to a data breach.

While the analysis is still in progress, CEO Scott Cutler sent out a letter on August 8 answer for any ambiguity that may have resulted from their ambiguous antecedent communication.

The aggregation also antiseptic it was first alerted to the adventure on July 26, after which it was bent that an “unknown third-party” had gotten access to acute chump data.

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