All About Nulled.to – Webhose Source Review
Nulled is a hacking forum, used by cybercriminals to trade and purchase leaked information, stolen credentials, hacking tools and cracked software.
- Site Name: Nulled
- Founded: 2015
- Number of users: 3.5 million users
- Typical Users: Interested in hacking, database leaks and technology.
With 3,500 new members registering to the forum each day, the Nulled hacking forum adds over 25,000 new posts daily, including threads and comments. At the time of this publication, a grand total of 27 million posts have been published on the forum and counting.
The forum displays the usernames currently online at any point.
Nulled found its time in the spotlight when its database of 9.65 GB was leaked in 2016. The leaked data included information like PayPal email addresses, passwords, purchase records and invoices. Law enforcement seized the opportunity of the exposed data to track various hackers and cybercriminal users from the site.
Nulled.to (formerly known as nulled.io) is a forum on the deep web used mostly by cybercriminals.
Here is a screenshot of the Databases section from Webhose Dark Web Monitoring API of the site where leaked databases are available.
Here is an example of the type of service sold on Nulled – an actor selling scam pages.
Extracting data from Nulled can be challenging since the content is password protected. Using our technology, Webhose overcomes that, automatically providing updated data in near-real-time.
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