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Details of 33 Million Users Stolen in Old QIP Breach

12
Sep
2016

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A hacker who over the past weeks leaked tens of millions of accounts stolen from various popular services has now revealed that the Russian instant messaging service QIP (Quiet Internet Pager) also suffered a serious data breach several years ago.

According to breach notification service LeakedSource, hackers obtained the details of 33,383,392 users following an attack that took place in June 2011.

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