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Coachella Website Hacked, User Data On Almost 1 Million Attendees For Sale On Dark Web

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Hypebot reports:”Promoter Goldenvoice has confirmed that The Coachella festival  site has been hacked and the user data of hundreds of thousands of attendees stolen. But an investigation by Vice’s Motherboard blog found that a dark web trader is selling 360,000 Coachella user accounts and 590,000 Coachella message board accounts.  A sampling of 10,000 accounts analyzed by Motherboard did include passwords and other data, including IP addresses. Motherboard also did a random sampling of 30 accounts to verify that they were in fact created by Coachella attendees.”

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