• 16/07/2024 16:44

Ukrainian hackers leaked data from 24 million clients of the Russian Alfa-Bank.

The Ukrainian hacker group KibOrg has made the entire client database of the Russian Alfa-Bank publicly available. The occupiers' media write about this.

Ukrainian hackers leaked the data of 24 million clients of the Russian Alfa-Bank into the network

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< p>Hackers gained access to this data back in October 2023, publishing information about 44 thousand clients. Now they have leaked personal data into the network, including full names, dates of birth, phone numbers, cards and accounts of more than 24 million individuals – bank clients and more than 13 million more data about legal entities.

The bank did not answer questions journalists about whether their client cards will be reissued after the leak.

Publicly, Alfa-Bank denies the hacking. KibOrg claims that a Ukrainian prankster under the pseudonym Evgeniy Volnov was able to get through to one of the bank’s owners, Mikhail Fridman, and he commented on the hack with the words “Well, let him.”


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