Be careful for those of you who have an account on the video sharing site Daily Motion. According to a report from ZDnet, a hacker has managed to hack into one of the world’s largest video sharing sites. A total of 85.2 million user data was successfully obtained.
Fortunately, all the data is not equipped with password information. There are only 18.3 million user data that have been associated with passwords. Even so, this hacker attack has a dangerous impact on Daily Motion users, and they should immediately change their passwords.
There is no information about who is responsible for this cyber attack. However, according to information from LeakedSource, this hacker attack took place on 20 October.
ZDnet has also tried to verify the leaked user data, and confirmed the existence of unique data that should only be downloaded from the Daily Motion website. The Daily Motion has tried to be contacted. However, until this writing was published, there has been no official comment from the company.
Daily Motion itself is known as an alternative video sharing service besides YouTube. The site was founded in 2005 and is currently ranked at 113 Alexa position. Despite losing to YouTube, the existence of Daily Motion as the world’s leading site is still undeniable.