The intruder posted a file with more than 150 thousand entries, of which approximately 149 thousand are related to Russia and 1 thousand to Kazakhstan.
December 4, 2022 an unknown hacker, who had previously posted on the network data of Beeline employees, posted data on employees of the DNS retailer to the public. The Telegram channel “Information Leaks” wrote about it.
It is reported that the text file contains 150,444 records, of which 149,408 refer to Russia and 1,036 to Kazakhstan. The disclosed database contains the following data: Full name, email address on domains dns-shop.ru, dns-shop.kz and dns.loc (104,820 unique addresses), date of birth, gender, work phone, workplace (branch), country (Russia or Kazakhstan). The data are up to date as of 19.09.2022.
The publication’s experts point out that earlier the same hacker published a part of the DNS customer database in free access. The partial dump contained more than 16.5m records of DNS customer data.