Troy Hunt, the owner and founder of the site, announced that he’s actively looking for a buyer.
When criminal hackers keep breaking into big company networks to grab consumer data, the reason comes down to dollars and nonsense.
The data includes usernames, email addresses, and what appear to be poorly-hashed passwords.
The incident highlights the nuances and differing morality of those who dump or spread hacked data.
Hackers managed to break into the servers of a data processor that T-Mobile used, exposing 15 million people’s private data.
An additional 390,000 taxpayers were affected.
But don't panic yet.
The white hat community says he was robbed.