If you’ve received a recent spike in spam, your email might be on this list.
A spambot named Onliner has collected a list of 711,000,000 email addresses, and some of the passwords are also available too. If Onliner managed to get your information, then you might become the target of banking malware.
Processing the largest list of data ever seen in @haveibeenpwned courtesy of a nasty spambot. I’m in there, you probably are too.
— Troy Hunt (@troyhunt) August 28, 2017
Like the tweet says, you can check this site to see if you’re on the list. If you are, then it’d be a good idea to change passwords and be wary of of emails from unknown senders. The malware often comes in the for of invoices, so be on the lookout.
If you’re looking for another wild heist, then you should check out the story of 20 tons of stolen Nutella.