Data breaches that leaked our users info on the dark web

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Current behavior

Hi guys. We have a few users who have reported on a notification they received from Google On about data breaches that leaked their info on the dark web from our service. Can you please check if there were any data breaches from your end?

Expected behavior

Minimal reproduction of the problem


App Name:

  • Self hosted with docker
  • Self hosted with IIS
  • Self hosted with other version
  • [V ] Cloud version

Version: [VERSION]


  • Chrome (desktop)
  • Chrome (Android)
  • Chrome (iOS)
  • Firefox
  • Safari (desktop)
  • Safari (iOS)
  • IE
  • Edge



I am not sure how I should check if there are any data breaches…

  1. Do you have a public API?
  2. Do you have anonymous clients in Squidex?

This are the first two things that I would look at.

Hi, thank you for your replay.

  1. Yes with an app token key
  2. No

Hi Sebastian, any updates? Did you look into the logs and find anything suspicious?

I have not found anything suspicious in the logs yet. What kind of data has been leaked? You can also send me a PM

OK, just sent you a PM