In January 2022, Doxbin (doxbin.com) ‘doxxing’ website was compromised. The data subsequently was leaked online on various hackforums and included over 370,000 unique email addresses in user accounts. The personal information disclosed on the website and in documents was often extensive, including names, physical addresses, phone numbers, and more.
If you are one of the less than 2,500 users that logged into Doxbin from 9th November 2021 - January 4th 2022, your Doxbin password was logged in plaintext. If you used the same password on other platforms, we suggest changing them. - source
What is doxxing?
The goal of doxxing is to obtain any and all information pertaining to the target; valuable information in so-called “name and shame” campaigns includes the target’s full name, address, phone number, employer, family and friends’ names, and compromising pictures. The priority information for doxxers is dissimilar to that for hacktivists, who typically attempt to gain additional personally identifiable information, such as date of birth, Social Security Number, and financial information.