back to article 100 million credentials from 'Russia's Facebook' go on sale

Russian social networking site VK.com appears to have been breached with hackers selling some 100 million records for a mere US$580 in Bitcoins. The breach has been reported by LeakedSource which received portions of the breached database. At least 100 million accounts are said to have had names, user logins, and phone …

  1. Pascal Monett Silver badge

    Might be interesting

    It's a common consideration that criminal hackers are Russian these days. Well if that is the case, then they've hit home turf. That would mean that the Russian plod might have a chance at bringing them down.

    Not holding my breath over all this though.

    1. Mark 85 Silver badge

      Re: Might be interesting

      I think that depends on whether they have friends in high places....

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    $580? Think that says something about the state of Russia's economy?

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