Serasa asked for bank passwords and will reveal itself

Leonard Manson reports:

The São Paulo Consumer Protection and Defense Program (Procon-SP) notified Serasa on Monday (1st) to provide clarifications on the collection, and possible use, of the internet banking passwords required by the credit bureau to carry out searches on the site.

The request for a bank password, made in the “customer area”, was denounced via Twitter on February 22 by the product director of an e-commerce, Madelaine Silva, who questioned: “It is not enough to leak general data, they want to the internet banking password “, referring to the infamous data leak of 220 million Brazilians.

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