Cyberattack steals info of one million in Turkey’s Konya

The Daily Sabah reports:

About 1 million people’s information was stolen in a cyberattack targeting the municipality of Konya in central Turkey, media reports claimed.

A municipality official confirmed the attack but did not disclose its scale. The Sözcü newspaper claims the ID numbers and other personal information of about 1 million people were stolen in the cyberattack, predominantly those who had sent emails to the municipality. A suspect using the user name Maxim Gorki put a database containing the information on a hacker forum.

Read more on The Daily Sabah.

The data were posted for sale on April 24.

Konya Data For Sale
Listing by “Maxim Gorky.”  Redacted by

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