India, May 23 -- A report by cybersecurity firm Cyble has found personal data of 29 Mn Indian job seekers on the dark web, available for sale, free of cost.

Cyble in its blog post said that it has identified a sensitive data breach on the darkweb where an "actor" has leaked personal details of 29 Mn job seekers from the various states. "The original leak appears to be from a resume aggregator service collecting data from various known job portals," it said.

In a zipped file size 2.3 GB, the hacker has written that it had "12 files with details like name, address, email, phone, current employer, salary, field etc." Cyble is yet to identify the original source of leak, but in the screenshots shared by Cyble, it can be seen that the lists ...