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Data of up to five million Russians who are registered at one of the sites to find a job, was leaked online, reports RIA Novosti with reference to the company DeviceLock, which is engaged in the development of systems combat information leakage. It is noted that the files were probably stolen from the portal SuperJob.
“In total in all files contains five million rows, which after cleaning from takes remains about 4.8 million rows. Files can be downloaded for free,” said the Agency, noting that the leak could occur due to existing vulnerabilities in the database server.
Free turned out to be surnames, names and patronymic, gender, date of birth, telephone numbers, email address, city, desired salary level, as well as the names of mobile operators, regions and time zones of users. Expert DeviceLock noted that the merged information is not payment data, so it will likely be used to send spam.
Earlier in June, the network has been available a database with data of millions of fans of online shopping. For example, it contained information about 300 millions of AliExpress users who created their accounts in 2014. In addition, the attackers put up for sale personal information of 145 million Ebay users, 77 million users Sony PlayStation Network, 35 million users of Steam (Valve) and many others.
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