Hacker Leaks Username : Passwords of 5 Lakh IoT Devices
Hacker Leaks Username : Passwords of 5 Lakh IoT Devices

A Hacker belonging from San Francisco has leaked data over 5,00,000 users. The Hacker has leaked data of many IoT devices including Amazon-owned company Ring Security Cameras. 

Hacker Leaks Username & Passwords for 5 lakh IoT devices

Hacker Leaks Username : Passwords of 5 Lakh IoT Devices
Hacker Leaks Username: Passwords of 5 Lakh IoT Devices

This hacker has leaked usernames and passwords of many IoT devices, and you can check the detailed list below.

  1. Security Cameras
  2. Wi-Fi Routers
  3. Servers
  4. Doorbell Cams
  5. Smart Locks
  6. Mobile Robots
  7. Smart Light Switch
  8. Bulbs and Lighting System

This hacker has publically leaked all the usernames and passwords so anyone who has the knowledge to use it can use it with ease. Hackers now can easily install malware on these IoT devices and not only that they can view or use your devices remotely.

Recently we have posted that Amazon-owned Ring security cameras got hacked. You can check here for more details. Ring Cameras Are Getting Hacked Easily By Password

Even now reports are clear about Ring Cameras as the hacker has leaked username and passwords of ring camera users also. If anyone has username and password can easily view you throughout your ring camera.

According to reports, These all data got published on a popular hacking forum. They have also said that with username and passwords IP addresses also got leaked. The list has been published online by the maintainer of a Direct Denial of Service (DDoS) botnet operator.

“Hackers scan the internet to build bot lists, and then use them to connect to the devices and install malware,” – In Report

“Some devices were located on the networks of known Internet service providers (indicating they were either home router or IoT devices), but other devices were located on the networks of major Cloud service providers,” -The reports mentioned.

These five lakh devices are at risk for now, so if you have any IoT device, we suggest you change the password or keep two-factor authentication on it.



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