The user databases of three popular Android VPN services have reportedly been hacked, with millions of user records now put up for sale online.

Databases purportedly from SuperVPN, GeckoVPN, and ChatVPN, together containing a total of twenty one million user records, apparently include sensitive details such as the user’s authentication credentials, according to new research from CyberNews.

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