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Home security Hacker stole data from millions of Bulgarian citizens and sent them to the media

Hacker stole data from millions of Bulgarian citizens and sent them to the media

HackerA new data breach incident came to light. A mysterious hacker (or group of hackers) managed to steal personally data millions of Bulgarian citizens. Subsequently, sent the stolen data to local media.

According to the first information, the hacker found these figures from the National Revenue Agency (NRA), which is part of the Bulgarian Ministry of Finance.

The service (NRA) posted a message to her official site yesterday and said there was indeed an incident violation and has already begun an investigation with the Ministry of the Interior and the National Security Service.

Ο hacker stole 110 databases

Local media, who took part of the stolen data, report that the hacker said he stole personal data 5 of millions of Bulgarians. Let us note here, that the total population of the country is about 7 million.

The hacker was proud of her theft 110 databases (approximately 21 GB) from the NRA network. So far, 57 databases (11 GB) have been leaked to local media, but he promised to share the rest in the coming days.

Items include names, personal IDs, home addresses, and financial information. Most of the information is quite old (about 2007), but newer fundamentals data.

Also, the databases contained data from other governmental sources services, which contain information such as social security numbers and others.

Other information found was part of the Bulgarian customs service.

In addition, there were some data that, according to local media, belonged to the National Health Insurance Fund.

The hacker contacted the local media through a Yandex.ru email address and wrote: "OR government you are stupid. Your cyber security is a parody. "

Opposition parties in Bulgaria did not waste time. Within a few hours of the publication of the leak, the Democratic Party demanded the resignation of the Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov.

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