The microfinance company’s database with passport data, phone numbers and residential addresses was made publicly available.
Credit histories of more than 1 million Russians with data of mobile operators obtained from the Bureau of Credit Histories (BKI) were in the public domain since the end of August. Independent cybersecurity researcher Bob Dyachenko first discovered this data on October 10. According to him, he reported a problem to the BKI, after which the database was closed.
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