Cleartext passwords, real names and user names, email addresses plus and IP addresses for 2.2 million users of cash-for-surveys site ClixSense have been dumped online, with a further alleged 4.4 million up for sale. The records also include the pay outs the site has handed each breached user, Australian researcher Troy Hunt says. Clixsense administrators disclosed the breach to users saying hackers compromised servers for “a short period of time”, copying all user tables, setting payment accounts to zero, deleting posts, and changing usernames to ‘hacked account’.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register