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Ukrainian hackers leak personal data of 38 million clients of Russia’s Alfa-Bank | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

Ukrainian hackers have leaked the entire customer database of Russia’s largest commercial bank, Alfa-Bank, online, totaling 38 million clients, Ukrainian hacker collective KibOrg said in a statement on Jan. 8.

The database also includes data on millions of legal entities, totaling over 115 million records overall. KibOrg notes that the table contains client records for 20 years, starting in 2004.

The leaked information contains information about Alfa-Bank customer names, dates of birth, account numbers, and phone numbers, as well as other data.

NV’s sources in Ukraine’s SBU security service reported on Oct. 20 that Russian’s Alfa-Bank had been hacked by Ukrainian cyber specialists. Some pranksters then called the owner, Mikhail Fridman, to inform him of the hack and ask if he wanted to speak out against the war in Ukraine. The oligarch hung up after a short conversation.

Fridman is a Russian oligarch who is under sanctions from Ukraine, the United States and the European Union.

The SBU charged him with war financing on Sept. 5. According to the security service, at the beginning of the full-scale invasion, he “injected” about 2 billion rubles ($22 million) into the Russian military-industrial complex. He faces up to eight years in prison with confiscation of property in Ukraine.

The SBU put Fridman on the wanted list in December.

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