According to CyberNews, a database holding the records of about 3.8 billion Clubhouse and Facebook users is being auctioned at a major hacker forum. The person selling them is reportedly asking for $100,000 for the complete database but is ready to split it up into smaller caches for lower costs.
These records contain sensitive information such as phone numbers, addresses, and names, among other things. All of this information appears to have been obtained through a breach of Clubhouse’s systems on July 24th, during which numerous members’ phone numbers were exposed online. However, the damage isn’t limited to Clubhouse’s users.