The music streaming service received reports indicating attackers gained unauthorized access to its systems. Music streaming service Mixcloud has disclosed a security incident in which unauthorized users gained access to some of its systems, resulting in the sale of customer data on the Dark Web. Mixcloud published a notice regarding the incident late last week, confirming it received reports that intruders breached its systems. At the time, it reported the attack involved email addresses, IP addresses, and encrypted passwords for a minority of Mixcloud users. Most people sign up for the service via Facebook authentication; their passwords are not stored.
Source: Dark Reading