Data leak of more than 35 lakh MobiKwik users, bidding on the dark web at this price …

Payment portal MobiKwik has reportedly leaked a large number of data. A link is circulating on the dark web, in which about 8.2 terabytes (8,200GB) of user data of payment app MobiKwik has been leaked. In this, data of about 35 million users is being reported. The leaked data includes the users’ KYC information including their address, phone number, Aadhaar card information, etc. Earlier in February, the leak was reported by a security researcher, but at that time the company denied it.

A link suddenly started going viral on Monday, in which MobiKwik saw a large amount of data on the dark web. Many users have included this data in their Information To meet Claim Also done. The size of this data is said to be around 8,200GB. Business Standard Key Report It is said that the data is being sold on the dark web for 1.5 bitcoins, which costs around $ 86,000 (about Rs 63 lakh). In the leaked data, the data of the users’ account is hidden, but other information can be clearly seen.

A security researcher Rajasekhar Rajaharia (@rajaharia) revealed the data leaks of MobiKwik in February Shared , But the company denied the claim. Rajasekhar also screenshot of the conversation with Mobikwik Shared did. He has also accused the company of complaining about his account from Twitter.

On Monday, noted French hacker Robert Baptiste (Elliot Alderson on Twitter) also tweeted and referred to the data leak as “the biggest KYC data leak in history.” He shared a screenshot of the leaked data “Congrats Mobikwik… ”wrote. However, due to Twitter’s policy, he got this Remove tweet gave.

In the leaked data, the data of the users’ account is hidden, but other information can be clearly seen.

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