The security researcher Mark Burnett seems to have overcome himself. 10 has published millions of user names and passwords from around the world, claiming it is an effort to help improve research.
User names and passwords leaked collect them over the years. Everything is in plain text, which means that enough work has been done to decrypt them.
Burnett used scripts to get 11.000 codes the day from the Web, forums, and IRC. It took over ten years to collect about six million codes.
The remaining codes are derived from 2009 breaches that allowed Burnett to obtain 20 million unique passwords at one time.
"All data is or was once available in uncracked form," says the researcher in a large FAQ created specifically for the circulation of sensitive data.
To FAQ Among other things, there is the answer to the question: Why the FBI should not arrest me!
The publishing website states:
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Again, this is stupid that I have to do this, but:
BY DOWNLOADING THIS AUTHENTICATION DATA YOU AGREE NOT TO USE IT IN ANY MANNER WHICH IS UNLAWFUL, ILLEGAL, FRAUDULENT OR INJURY, OR IN CONNECTION WITH ANY UNLAWFUL, ILLEGAL, FRAUDULENT OR DEFECTIVE PURPOSE OR ACTIVITY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO FRAUD, IDENTITY THEFT, OR UNAUTHORIZED COMPUTER SYSTEM ACCESS. THIS DATA IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH PURPOSES.
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For more information on this data, please see this FAQ.