The personal information of crores of Indian users has once again reached the dark web. This information has been given by cyber firm Cyble. Saibal had earlier given information about the data leaks of Facebook and Unacademy users. According to the report of Saibal, there is personal information of 2.9 crore Indian youth searching for jobs on the dark web. The great thing is that there is no cost for these precious data. All data is available on the dark web for free. The leaked data includes information like home address and mobile number including educational qualification.
All these data have been leaked from the website of a big job search company of India, although the company is investigating the matter. The data leaks have come from the resumes of the users. It is worth mentioning that Saibal had earlier reported the data leaks of 26 million users of Facebook. Saibal had claimed that the data of 267 million Facebook users was being sold on the Dark Web for 542 dollars, or about Rs 41,600. The leaked data included data such as users' names, Facebook ID number, age, last connection and mobile number.
Saibal had also reported the hack of Unacademy, India's largest e-learning platform, according to which hackers stole information of more than 22 million or more than 22 million students by breaking into Unacademy's servers. It was reported that 21,909,707 data of Unacademy was leaked, which was worth US $ 2,000. Accepting this data leak, Unacademy advised the users to change the password immediately.