A hacker reportedly has offered to sell the account information of 117 million LinkedIn users, which was stolen in a 2012 hack. The data includes users’ email addresses and passwords.The hacker, who goes by the handle “Peace,” reportedly offered the data on The Real Deal — a site on the dark web — for 5 bitcoins — about $2,200. LeakedSource last week announced it had more than 167 million records that were stolen during the 2012 LinkedIn hack. It offered to provide LinkedIn with the full data set to assist with its reset jobs, but said it had no idea how to contact the company.