Was Canva Hacked?

Canva, the world’s leading design platform, recently announced a security breach. Reports from users and the company itself indicate that hackers may have gained access to user data. While Canva has not yet confirmed whether or not the hack was successful, the company is taking all necessary steps to protect user data.

The news of the possible breach first came to light when a security researcher in Australia reported that they had seen Canva accounts listed for sale on a dark web marketplace. The researcher noted that the accounts had been posted with email addresses and passwords, suggesting that they had been obtained through some kind of hack.

In response to this report, Canva released a statement confirming that they had discovered “unauthorized access” on their systems. They also said that they had immediately taken steps to secure their systems and protect user data. They encouraged users to reset their passwords as a precautionary measure.

Canva has yet to confirm whether or not any user data was actually accessed by hackers. They have stated that they are working with security experts and law enforcement to investigate the incident further.

The news of the possible breach has raised serious concerns about online security and privacy. As of now, it is unclear how many users were affected or what type of data was accessed by hackers. It is also unclear how the hackers were able to gain access in the first place.


At this point, it is still not clear whether or not Canva was hacked. The company is working with security experts and law enforcement to investigate further, but until there is more information available it is difficult to say definitively whether or not user data was compromised.