Last week, a group of hackers published a list of Discord login credentials (email addresses and
Fortunately, the list is composed only of around 2,500 entries.
“This was no virus, worm or malware of any
The hackers also shared an archive containing the credentials, some of them labeled as invalid.
“Along with their message, the hackers posted a database of the allegedly phished credentials, split into multiple sections of those that work and those that don’t. Some of the invalid login details are clearly fake, with emails such as “firstname.lastname@example.org” and the password “
Motherboard verified that some of the data in the archive were genuine and associated with active Discord accounts.
As usual, let me suggest to enable two-factor authentication when implemented by the service, this could help you to protect your account in case of a data breach.
(SecurityAffairs – Discord, data breach)