World's Top Hacker Website Nulled Was Hacked By Hacker
World's Top Hacker Website Nulled Was Hacked By Hacker

As we all know that Nulled is a major online hacking forum where hackers exchange stolen credit card and identity details, malware creation kits, and cracks to common software platforms. But, recently the major online hacking forum Nulled was hacked by the hacker, who leaked tons of details about the 470,000 hackers and thieves.



World’s Top Hacker Website Nulled Was Hacked By Hacker

In an appetizingly unexpected turn, the dark web hacking forum “Nulled.io” has its user database stolen and been published publicly for all to see, as it is a major online hacking forum which was hacked, where tons of details about the 470,000 hackers and thieves have been leaked online publicly.

The leaked data also contained more than 5,000 purchase records relating to the exchange of stolen information. Hence, the site has been taken offline which stating that it is experiencing  a “routine maintenance”.

According to the reports, the unknown hackers have cracked into the site’s database and published an SQL file ( 9.45GB) named db.sql which shows  the emails, geo-location data, and the activities of those who logged on to the forum.

The security experts from the Risk Based Security said that “Considering this forum promotes the sharing of these activities, it makes this breach quite ironic. Nulled.IO was running the IP.Board community forum commonly known as IP.b or IPb. It appears that the forum was also running an IP. Nexus Setup for its marketplace as well as VIP forums among a few other IPb plugins”.

Hence, the security experts from the Risk Based Security also added that “As you can imagine, this can lead to significant problems for forum users. Moreover, the hacked database listed 20 .gov email accounts which indicates that the state-sponsored hacking teams were active on the site, and those are from the countries like United States, Philippines, Brazil, Turkey and others.

But, if the law enforcement obtains this information, (which no doubt, they already have) it can be used to filter out any “suspects” under investigation for possibly conducting illegal activities via the forums”.


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