Personal details of 21M SuperVPN, GeckoVPN users leaked on Telegram

In total, the database contains 10GB worth of data from companies like SuperVPN, GeckoVPN, and ChatVPN which is now available for free download on several different Telegram groups.

On May 7th, 2022, a database containing the personal details and login credentials of 21 million users was leaked in a Telegram group, Hackread.com has learned. What’s noteworthy is that the dump also exposed the data of VPN users including popular VPNs like SuperVPN, GeckoVPN, and ChatVPN.

The database was previously put up for sale on the Dark Web last year, but currently, it is available on Telegram for free.

Database Exposed 10GB of Data

According to researchers at VPNMentor, the leaked records comprised 10GB of data and exposed 21 million unique records. The information included the following:

Full namesUsernamesCountry namesBilling detailsEmail addressesRandomly generated password stringsPremium status and validity period

Further probe indicated that the leaked passwords were random, hashed, or salted without collision, therefore each was different and much more difficult to crack. A majority of the email IDs, about 99.5%, were Gmail accounts. But, researchers at vpnMentor believe that the dumped data is only a subset of the full dump.

Screenshot shows a post on Telegram group (left) –

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