03 August 2020
75 hacked accounts
In March 2020, a Korean interior decoration shop GGUMIM, translated as Decorating the House, was hit by a major data breach, affecting up to 2.3 million users. The database is a part of spree of leaks which were perpetrated by a well-known threat actor, who uploaded and sold leaks from 18 different massive companies and hundreds of millions of login credentials. GGUMIM database was initially had the price tag of $1,200, the leak found by BreachReport consists of a small repackaged part of it given away for free in July. This entry would be updated whenever there are new leaks. The users are called for changing their passwords, even though they have not received any notification of a breach.
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