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Coffee Meets Bagel is a San Francisco based dating and social networking website. On February 11, 2019 Coffee Meets Bagel discovered that their user data was put up for sale on the Dream Market.
The website was breached during late 2017 and mid 2018, however it is unclear how the data was taken. This data breach affected 6,174,515 users.
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Out of the 6,174,515 accounts, we discovered that 1,054,714 accounts were deleted or disabled.
The hashes were encrypted using a mix of SHA1 and PBKDF2. This might be due to Coffee Meets Bagel upgrading their hashing algorithm.
14,576 accounts have SHA1 hashes while 6,159,847 have PBKDF2 hashes.
Most of the SHA1 hashes can easily be decrypted through our hash API. As for the PBKDF2 hashes, only some of them will be successfully decrypted.
We found a total of 70,424 unique email domains. We have posted the top 20 email domains below.
Top 20 Email Domains:
- Gmail.com: 2,512,099
- Yahoo.com: 914,921
- Hotmail.com: 598,557
- Aol.com: 138,889
- Coffeemeetsbagel.com: 55,881
- Live.com: 49,895
- Outlook.com: 40,850
- Comcast.net: 31,002
- Ymail.com: 27,909
- Msn.com: 27,033
- Icloud.com: 26,716
- Yahoo.com.hk: 26,592
- Hotmail.co.uk: 22,895
- Me.com: 20,549
- Sbcglobal.net: 17,944
- Yahoo.com.tw: 15,828
- Aim.com: 15,717
- Rocketmail.com: 11,331
- Qq.com: 9,818
- Yahoo.co.in: 8,668
We hope by publishing the data and making it publicly available to everyone, it will help users to secure themselves.