Unacademy, one of the largest online learning platforms in India has faced a data breach and details of 22 million users of Unacademy are reportedly available for sale now.

According to security firm Cyble Inc, a hacker is offering the user database, containing 21,909,707 records, for USD 2,000. Cyble Inc added that it has managed to acquire the database and added the user records to its data breach monitoring service which can be used by millions of Unacademy users to determine whether their account was hacked or not.

It is learnt that the breached records include usernames, hashed passwords (SHA-256), date joined, last login date, email addresses, first and last names, account profile (staff member/a superuser), account status (whether the account is active).

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