Hackers Leaked Dark Web Hosting Provider Database

Email Addresses, Site Credential, and .onion Domain Private Keys Are Leaked

Hackers leaked database of the largest Dark Web Hosting provider that contains email addresses, credentials, and .onion private keys.

Hacker named by KingNull, breached into Daniel’s Hosting (DH), stole everything, and wiped out all the servers.

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On March 26, After two weeks DH shut down its services and urged its customers to move to new dark web hosting. Around 7000+ websites went down after the attack. The leaked data dump includes 3,671 email addresses, 7,205 passwords, and 8,580 private key for .onion domains.

“This information could substantially help law enforcement track the individuals running or taking part in illegal activities on these darknet sites,” said Under the Breach which is a data breach monitoring and prevention service.

The leaked data can help law enforcement in some investigations, but IP Addresses were not included in the dump.

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DH had been hacked previously in Nov 2018 when an attacker breached database and wiped out around 6500 sites but no data were leaked. DH isn’t the only major dark web hosting provider got hacked. Hacker took down Freedom Hosting II after they discovered they were sheltering child abuse websites.

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