Home-sharing platforms are one of the biggest businesses in the world, with hundreds of millions of people accessing them for various reasons.
Home-shipping is a way for consumers to stay connected to their homes without ever having to leave their homes.
And while some of the platforms may have been hacked, they are a major part of the online ecosystem and some of them have been used by many companies in the past.
One of the companies that has been hacked is HackingHomes, a website that provides information about home-sharing and also offers reviews and ratings.
The company has been compromised by a group of individuals who have taken advantage of their presence in the market, according to a statement from the company.
According to the report, the hackers accessed the data of over 1,500 home-sharers and used the data to send spam emails.
The hacked company was hacked in early January 2017 and has since been in maintenance mode.
The hack took place in the form of an attack on a server running a PHP script called HomeSharer.php, which hosts the Hacking Homes website.
The hackers accessed information on over 1.3 million HomeSharers and a database containing over 100,000 ratings for HomeSharer reviews.
The researchers claim that the hackers sent these stolen data to several accounts belonging to Hacking Homes and their CEO, Jens Berner.
The hacker also accessed Hacking Houses website, downloaded the home-hacks database, and sent the stolen data back to HashingHomes.
The data was then passed onto an unknown group, according the report.
The Hacking House database is part of HackingHosts, a company that provides the HomeSharing platform to some of its customers.
Hacking Hosts has been around for more than two years, and the company has recently released a new version of HomeShared which makes the process of buying and selling homes a bit more streamlined.
The new website will include a more streamlined process of purchasing a home, as well as a tool for home buyers to find out how much money they can save in the short term by purchasing their first home.
This new tool will also help buyers find their first homes as well.
However, the site is not yet available to the public.
The site has already attracted attention from other hacking groups.
The recent hacking of HakingHosts is just the latest in a string of hacking incidents that have occurred on the website.
Earlier this year, Hackinghosts had its server breached and over a million home-sale records were exposed, the company said.
In November 2016, hackers broke into the Haking Hosts server, stole over 10,000 HomeShare files, and then used those files to launch a massive DDoS attack on Hackinghomes.
In July 2017, a hacker targeted HackingHouse’s website and stole information from over 5,000 users.