A Twitter post claims that the Data of 3.8 billion clubhouse users comprises of users numbers got leaked and published over the Dark Web. According to the tweet, the leaked data includes mobile, fixed-line, private and professional numbers and the data will be sold through a private auction on 4th September 2021. Those who wish to participate in the auction were asked to leave a comment on the darknet post following which the user would share the link to participate. "A database of 3.8 billion phone numbers of #Clubhouse users is up for sale on the #Darknet. It also contains Numbers of people in user's PhoneBooks that were Synced. So Chances are high that you are listed even if you haven't had a Clubhouse login. #DataPrivacy," said the tweet. Audio-only social platform Clubhouse has denied reports of a data leak after a user published posts on Telegram and the dark web claiming to sell contact information of more than 3.8 billion people saved in the databases of Clubhouse. The platform said it does access its users’ contact lists, but added that there was no breach of data. “There are a series of bots generating billions of random phone numbers. In the event that one of these random numbers happens to exist on our platform because of mathematical coincidence, Clubhouse’s API returns no user-identifiable information. Privacy and security are of utmost importance to Clubhouse and we keep investing in industry-leading security practices," the company said. Back in April, a similar rumour surfaced of a data breach and the consequent sale of personal information of 1.3 million Clubhouse users including user IDs, names, usernames, social media handles, photo URLs, account creation dates, and information about who nominated the user to the app on the darknet. The claims were denied by Clubhouse CEO Paul Davison stating the report claiming personal user data had been leaked was "false." The Clubhouse Twitter account had also issued a statement that said, "This is misleading and false. Clubhouse has not been breached or hacked. The data referred to is all public profile information from our app, which anyone can access via the app or our API." Let's us know with your feedback and share this news around Vishvender & Utkarsh are part of the editorial team at Security Barn and writes on cybersecurity trends and news features.