Whoosh confirms data breach after hackers sell 7.2M user records

Bill Toulas reports:

The Russian scooter-sharing service Whoosh has confirmed a data breach after hackers started to sell a database containing the details of 7.2 million customers on a hacking forum.

Whoosh is Russia’s leading urban mobility service platform, operating in 40 cities with over 75,000 scooters.

On Friday, a threat actor began selling the stolen data on a hacking forum, which allegedly contains promotion codes that can be used to access the service for free, as well as partial user identification and payment card data.

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