THE REGISTER - Feb 13 - For less than $20K in Bitcoin, it is claimed, the following pilfered account databases can be purchased from the Dream Market cyber-souk, located in the Tor network. Dubsmash (162M), MyFitnessPal (151M), MyHeritage (92M), ShareThis (41M), HauteLook (28M), Animoto (25M), EyeEm (22M), 8fit (20M), Whitepages (18M), Fotolog (16M), 500px (15M), Armor Games (11M), BookMate (8M), CoffeeMeetsBagel (6M), Artsy (1M), and DataCamp (700K). It consist mainly of names, email addresses, and passwords. There are a few other bits of info, depending on the site, such as location, personal details, and social media authentication tokens. There appears to be no payment or bank card details in the sales listings. The seller, who is believed to be located outside of the US, told us the Dubsmash data has been purchased by at least one person. Jenn Takahashi, spokesperson for the CoffeeMeetsBagel, said: "We are not aware of a breach at this time, but our security team is looking into this now." She also said they do not store passwords, and use third-party sites for authentication.