Sensitive details of of 7 million Indian cardholders available on dark web

Advait Palepu reports:

Sensitive details belonging to 7 million debit and credit cardholders are available on a public Google Drive document that has been circulating on the dark web. The document was discovered by cybersecurity researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia who reached out MediaNama stating that names of cardholders along with employers’ name, income levels, phone numbers, email addresses, and Permanent Account Number were available on it.

Screenshots shared by Rajaharia reveal that the data pertains to the period between 2010 and 2019, which could be very valuable to scammers and hackers.

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