The Russian Payment System QIWI Was Hacked By NB65 

Anonymous-linked hacker group NB65 reported a hack in the Russian QIWI payment system.

Hackers gained access to 10.5 TB of system data, including information on 12.5 million credit cards, 30 million payment records and the QIWI database.

NB65 gave the company three days to contact them, and after that they intend to publish a million entries daily.

QIWI said that the services are operating normally, and the personal data of customers are safe.

NB65 called the company’s attempts to deny everything “hilarious.”

Previously, the Anonymous hacker group claimed to have gained access to 728GB of data containing emails from Gazprom Linde Engineering.

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