Bidding on the Dark Web at this price, data leaks of more than 35 million MobiQuick users …


Payment portal MobiQuick has reported a large number of data leaks. A link is circulating on the Dark Web, in which the payment app MobiQuick leaked approximately 8.2 terabytes (8,200 GB) of user data. It contains data on about 35 million users. The leaked data includes KYC information of the users including their address, phone number, Aadhaar card information etc. Earlier in February, a leak was reported by a risk investigator, but the company denied it at the time.

A link suddenly went viral on Monday, in which Mobique saw a large amount of data on the Dark Web. Many users have included this data in themselves Information To meet Claim Also done. The size of this data is said to be about 8,200 GB. Commercial Standard Key Report The data is said to be being sold on the Dark Web at 1.5 bitcoins, valued at approximately Rs. 86,000,000 (approximately Rs. 63 lakhs). In the leaked data, user account data is hidden, but more information can be clearly seen.

Rajesh Shekhar Rajharia (@Rarazaria), a security researcher, revealed that MobiQuick’s data was leaked in February. Shared , But the company denied the claim. Rajasekhara also shared a screenshot of the conversation with Mobique Shared Done. He also accused the company of complaining about his account on Twitter.

On Monday, famous French hacker Robert Baptist (Elliott Alderson on Twitter) also tweeted that the data leak was “the biggest KYC data leak in history”. He shared a screenshot of the leaked figures, writing “Congress Mobique …”. However, due to Twitter’s policy, he got it Delete Tweet Given.

In the leaked data, user account data is hidden, but more information can be clearly seen.

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