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Our fund raising round was not successful.  As a result, IDB will be going off line and into cold storage.  If our competitors should stumble, I may re-active the site in the future but for now, we're turning out the lights.

I had planned to go off-line on April 4th.  Due to some important and unplanned changes in our maintenance schedule, I am now bumping that up to next Tuesday morning, March 27th, 2018.  PM 'admin' if you need to reach me. 

You should use the next 5 days to find a new home for your community.

Running IDB has been fun over the years and I hope you enjoyed your time here as well.  Sincerely,  Paul

P.S. News on IDB Funding -- this is now on it's own page to clean up the site a bit.

Report: Dark web vendor selling millions of Gmail and Yahoo accounts stolen in old breaches



The dark web vendor SunTzu583, which was recently discovered selling over one million Gmail and Yahoo accounts along with their decrypted passwords, is now selling tens of millions more, HackRead has reported.

According to the report, one of SunTzu583's new listings is offering approximately 21.8 million compromised Gmail accounts for $450.48 – 75 percent of which, the vendor claims, include decrypted passwords (the other 25 percent feature hashed passwords). HackRead has confirmed that this data was aggregated from past breaches of Nulled.cr, MPGH.net, and Dropbox.

A separate set of SunTzu583 listings is offering up to 5 million Gmail accounts – $300.49 for the full data set or $125.48 for half. HackRead has determined that these compromised accounts stem primarily from the 2014 breach of Russian's Bitcoin Security Forum, but also from the LinkedIn and Adobe breaches.

In a third listing, SunTzu583  is selling over 5.7 million Yahoo users accounts – offering a third of the data set of $100.48, or the entire lot for $250.48. The vendor claims that each listing contains unique accounts – "however, after scanning the sample data, we found the majority of accounts were disabled while some were still working and stolen from MySpace, LinkedIn and Adobe data breaches," HackRead reported.

Earlier in March, HackRead reported that this same vendor was selling data belonging to 950,000 Gmail accounts, 245,000 Yahoo accounts, and 640,000 PlayStation accounts.