Indian Property Site Hack Leads 2 Million Users Data Expose

Indian Property Site Hack Leads 2 Million Users Data Expose


Private data more than 2 million users were shared on a hacking forum following a major security breach in the Indian property website PropTiger in 2018. According a new I have been alert, the exposed data contains both user records & login histories with more than 2 million unique customer email addresses. Data was exposed on the hacking forum also included personal information such as IP addresses, password stored as MD5 hashes, dates of birth, and names among others.


January 2018, the Indian property website PropTiger suffered a data breach which result in a 3.46GB database file being expose & subsequently shared extensively on a popular hacking forum 2 years later,” said an email alert sent to users affected by the breach.


“PropTiger advised they believe the usability of the data is “limited” due to how certain data attributes were generated and stored,” it added.


Number of Hack Indian Property Site


The security alert, 2,156,921 users affected by the security breach.Based on Gurgaon, Haryana, PropTiger is an independent real estate advisor with a pan-India presence, according to Crunchbase. Platform says it has more than 500 relation managers spread across the country.


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