Hacker puts 51 million file sharing accounts for sale on dark web

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The recently-defunct company was once the third-largest music and video file sharing service in the US.

Users accounts for iMesh, a now defunct file sharing service, are for sale on the dark web.

The New York-based music and video sharing company was a peer-to-peer service, which rose to fame in the file sharing era of the early-2000s, riding the waves of the aftermath of the “dotcom” boom. After the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) sued the company in 2003 for encouraging copyright infringement, the company was given status as the first “approved” peer-to-peer service.

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