A Hacker is Attempting to Sell a Las Vegas Hotel Database for Crypto By Cointelegraph

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A Hacker is Attempting to Sell a Las Vegas Hotel Database for Crypto


A Hacker is Attempting to Sell a Las Vegas Hotel Database for Crypto

The MGM Resort suffered a massive data breach in 2019 that left 142 million hotel guests exposed. A hacker is now selling the stolen database for roughly $2,900.

According to the information revealed by ZDNet, a dark web marketplace claims that data from 142,479,937 MGM hotel guests are on sale. Preferred payment is denominated in (BTC) and Monero (XMR).

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