23 million Webkinz login credentials found on the dark web

The popular children’s website Webkinz suffered a massive data breach earlier this month that saw about 23 million user login credentials exposed on a dark web forum.

The data was spotted by Under the Breach which found 1GB of data containing usernames and encrypted passwords, according to ZDNet. Reportedly, the attackers exploited a SQL injection vulnerability found in a Webkinz form

On April 19 a  Webkinz tweet referenced the attack but did not categorically say whether or not it actually happened.

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