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Data of 130 Million Chinese Hotel Chain Guests Sold on Dark Web Forum

A hacker is selling the personal details of over 130 million Hotel guests for 8 Bitcoin ($56,000) on a Chinese Dark Web forum. From a report: The breach was reported today by Chinese media after several cyber-security firms spotted the forum ad [1, 2, 3, 4]. The seller said he obtained the data from Huazhu Hotels Group Ltd (Huazhu from hereafter), one of China's largest hotel chains, which operates 13 hotel brands across 5,162 hotels in 1,119 Chinese cities. According to a description the hacker posted online, the stolen data is 141.5GB in size, contains 240 million records, with information on roughly 130 million hotel guests that stayed at one of Huazhu hotels.

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