TuneIn is a free Internet radio service that enables people to listen to different radio stations from around the world. The service doesn't store a large amount of user data, but it was recently attacked and suffered from a data breach that may have compromised many user accounts.
The TuneIn data breach was first detected because attackers were attempting to sign in to a large number of user accounts. Because the hacker was signing into one account after another rapidly, it seems likely the user was accessing accounts using a list of usernames and passwords. This attack quickly gave the hacker access to many different accounts.
The TuneIn Data breach began on March 13, 2023, and persisted until March 18, 2023.
This TuneIn breach impacts many users of the service. If you rely on this radio service to listen to music and you have an active account, you should take immediate steps to change your password. Try and use different passwords for the different services you rely on, and you'll be less likely to suffer from an account breach from multiple sources in a short period of time.
There weren't any actual TuneIn files accessed during this data breach. User accounts were accessed instead, and an attacker got access to a large number of usernames and passwords.