Unacademy data hacked, names and passwords put on sale: Security firm

Unacademy says its internal investigation had found e-mail data of around 11 million users was compromised.

Photo: Reuters

Photo: Reuters

Data of around 22 million people who use Bengaluru-based edu tech start-up Unacademy’s services was leaked and put up for sale on the dark web, cybersecurity intelligence firm Cyble has

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First Published: May 7 2020 | 7:55 PM IST

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