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Thingiverse leak found 36GB of user data in the hands of hackers

Thingiverse, a website for the community to share 3D printing templates and other digital design files, has become the victim of an unfortunate data breach. A 36GB unique email address and “other personally identifiable information” appeared on a popular hacker forum.The leak is confirmed Am i stolen Creator Troy Hunt in a statement Information Security Media Group.

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According to Hunter, the leaked backup file appears to contain a MySQL database containing more than 255 million rows of data. This includes “publicly accessible 3D model data, but also email and IP addresses, user names, physical addresses, and full names.” The date stamp seems to go back at least ten years ago.

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