Data from 15 million Trello users on the darknet

24 January 2024 2 minutes Author: Newsman

What you need to know

According to the American Forbes, Trello user data was put up for sale on a popular hacking forum. This information includes email addresses, logins, full names and other account details. The hacker who put the data up for sale claims that it comes from open sources and is offering “one copy to anyone interested” by contacting him via Telegram.

Trello reaction

A Trello representative said the company conducted an investigation and found no evidence of unauthorized access to their systems. According to them, the attacker could have used pre-existing lists of email addresses to match Trello user profiles.

  • Potential Risks: Although there is no direct penetration into the Trello database, stolen information can be used for phishing attacks. Attackers can send emails on behalf of a company to gain access to sensitive user information.

  • Security Measures: Trello users are advised to be wary of emails that look suspicious and not to provide personal information without verifying the source. It’s also important to use strong passwords and update them regularly to provide an extra layer of protection.


A database containing the personal information of more than 15 million Trello users has been discovered for sale on the dark web. Have I Been Pwned notified Trello users of the leak. The hacker is offering data for sale via Telegram, claiming it contains email addresses, logins and full names.

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