Social Blade, one of the most popular solutions for tracking the statistics of social media users, reveals all the data from the number of followers of the accounts to the viewing rates on many platforms from YouTube to Instagram. In this way, while allowing you to see both what is happening and the level that account will reach in the future, Social Blade data leak came up with.
On December 14, it turned out that a user infiltrated the database and offered the data he obtained for sale on a forum. Contacting the attacker in question, Social Blade confirmed that the data is genuine.
Another bad news for Pintipanda, whose YouTube channel was hacked!
Tuna Akşen, known as Pintipanda on social media, recently made statements about her stolen account.
Social Blade confirms data leak
Among the leaked data no credit card information While it gives some peace of mind, data such as e-mail and IP address have unfortunately been leaked. The official statement made by Social Blade is as follows;
The leaked data does not contain any credit card information, but there are other data that can be considered personal information.
Notable pieces of information include email addresses, IP addresses, password hashes, client IDs and tokens for our business API users, authentication tokens for linked accounts, and many other non-personal and internal data pieces.
A very small subset (about one-tenth of a percent) of the data also contained addresses. Although account password hashes have been leaked, we have never stored your password in plain text, so your password is still safe.