- The data of millions of users of video platform Dailymotion are shifted to the streets. A hacker managed to lay hands on 85.2 million e-mail addresses and user names from the databases of Dailymotion. the password was stolen at a fifth of the email addresses. The injury still seems to fall along: the information stolen is encrypted and not easy to crack.
The squat is performed somewhere around October 20 by a previously unknown hacker, ZDNet reports based on LeakedSource, a service that keeps data thefts eye. Dailymotion and owner Vivendi have not yet responded.
Dailymotion has been active since 2005 and is a popular site worldwide. According to Alexa, which keeps statistics of websites, is the site on place 113 most visited websites.