Third-party Android application store Aptoide now seems to be in hot water. A hacker has recently leaked 20 million records of Aptoide App Store users on a hacking forum. The hacker further claims to have more data in their possession.
Reportedly, a hacker has disclosed a breach of the Aptoide database by sharing its users’ data online.
According to a ZDNet report, the hacker leaked 20 million records of Aptoide app store users on a hacking platform.
Scratching the surface in collaboration with breach monitoring service ‘Under The Breach’ revealed that the leaked data includes details of the users who registered or used the app store during July 21, 2016, and January 28, 2018.
The leaked records include personal and account details of the users, such as email addresses, hashed passwords, sign-up date and IP address, users’ names and birth dates, and device information. Also, it included technical information such as sign-up tokens, account status, developer tokens, referral origin, etc.
Other than the 20 million leaked records, the hackers claim to have more records in hand, making up a total of 39 million records in their possession.