Ukrainian hackers announced they had hacked a database with information about Russian car owners, and RSA denied the leak

by alex

“The integrity of the information system is guaranteed.”

A group of Ukrainian hackers announced that they had hacked the database of the Russian Union of Auto Insurers (RUA) with information about Russian car owners. We are talking about more than one and a half terabytes of data. At the same time, they made publicly available the characteristics of thousands of cars allegedly registered in Russia, personal data of car owners and those who are allowed to drive them.

The Russian Union of Auto Insurers has already denied reports of a leak in the database with personal data of drivers and information about vehicles, noting that «no such incidents were recorded, and the integrity of the information system is guaranteed».< /p>

As for the published information, it does not correspond to the SAR database. A number of car owners' names are indicated in Latin letters, and documents — Russian. Such data cannot be entered into the RSA database. In addition, the amount of data contained in the system is also incorrectly indicated.

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