Clubhouse and Facebook Combined Database Sale Poses Phishing, Smishing and Account Takeover Threat

A threat actor combined a previous Facebook leak with a recent 3. 8 billion phone numbers leaked from the popular social-media platform, Clubhouse. Since Clubhouse data alone was not worth much it was released on a hacker forum for free. The addition of Facebook data enhanced the new database with additional PII including user names, and other posted data. Now the hacker a hacker is attempting to sell the combined database for a $100,000 USD or lesser amounts for smaller chunks of the data.
If acquired, the data will likely be used for social engineering scams like vishing/phishing and account take overs. New-school security awareness training can give your employees a healthy sense of suspicion so they can avoid falling for stealthy phishing attacks. Discuss it here.
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