Have I Been Pwned Database Updated with 361 Million Accounts Leaked on Telegram

The Have I Been Pwned (HIBP) data breach aggregator has added a whopping 361 million email addresses to its database, along with credentials stolen through malware or credential stuffing attacks.

The massive dump contains over 1700 files, over 2 billion lines, and 361 million unique email addresses, with 151 million of those addresses not previously seen by HIBP. In addition to the addresses, passwords were also included, and in many cases, information about the website to which the data belongs.

Anyone can check HIBP to see if their accounts have been leaked online.

What to Do:

  • Check your email address and passwords on HIBP.
  • Change your passwords for any accounts that have been compromised.
  • Use strong, unique passwords for all of your accounts.
  • Enable two-factor authentication (2FA) whenever possible.
  • Be careful about clicking on links or opening attachments in emails from unknown senders.
  • Keep your software up to date, including your operating system, web browser, and antivirus software.