NB65 Hackers Reportedly Stole Credit Card Data of QIWI Clients
Note: The following has not been confirmed by QIWI and there is no notice or statement on their website as of the time of this posting.
Manikanta Immanni reports:
NB65, a hacking group that’s targeting various Russian organizations recently, has just announced QIWI as its latest victim.
QIWI is a Russian payments company that’s widely used in the CIS countries. NB65 claimed to have encrypted their SQL databases and Tele2Pay boxes and shut down their Hyper-V clusters. Also, they claim to have stolen the credit card details of millions of QIWI’s clients.
Read more at TechDator. NB65’s tweet is still available on Twitter:
Hi Qiwi (they have a twitter account lol lets see how long it takes). We rolled up and smoked ~10.5TB of backups.
Your company has been dealt with by Network Battalion 65. We recommend you contact us if you want to survive this… You guys are super fucked.#SlavaUkraini #FCKPTN pic.twitter.com/OWI6r8hn1P
— NB65 (@xxNB65) May 1, 2022