Pluto TV suffer a major security breach with users data posted online

Pluto TV are an online TV provider who offers ad-supported channels for various topics such as gaming, as well as real-life networks, such as NBC. Unfortunately, Pluto TV has recently suffered a security breach, affecting the millions of accounts linked to the platform since 2018, with the details for these accounts now available online.

The hacking group ShinyHunters instigated the breach, and they have previously released the customer records of over 17 other companies and were allegedly responsible for breaching Microsoft’s private GitHub repository earlier in the year. ShinyHunters released Pluto TV’s database for free online, with the data records containing users’ email addresses, DOB, display names, hashed passwords, device platforms, and IP addresses.

 

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