Verifier web site allows you to check to see if your data were in the QNB data dump

The concept of web sites that allow you to check to see if your data were caught up in a hack and data dump really took off after Troy Hunt opened HaveIBeenPwned.com. Now there’s a site that allows you to check to see if your data were caught up in the Qatar National Bank (QNB) data dump. Doha News reports:

A computer scientist who used to live in Qatar has launched a new website for people to check if they are mentioned in last week’s data leak.

Personal and banking details of up to 400,000 individuals and companies were uploaded as part of the hack to file-sharing websites.

The data included mobile phone numbers, details of international bank transactions, online passwords and credit cards numbers, many from Qatar National Bank (QNB) customers.

To see if you are mentioned in the files, Carlos Castillo has created a website called Verifier that lets you input your QNB-linked email or Qatar ID number.

Read more on Doha News. To my knowledge, QNB has still not confirmed that they were hacked and are still investigating, but a number of people have confirmed that data in the data dump are accurate for them.

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