Bhinneka, Indonesia’s top online store, had one of their databases compromised on January 27th, 2020. Instead of the data showing up for sale or the original attackers demanding an extortion payment, it was posted for free on a hacking forum. Two SQL files were included in the database and those files stored unique IDs, full names, email addresses, genders, contact numbers, passwords, address details, dates of birth, social media IDs, and details such as the last login information. The database records also included a classification of whether each user is an admin or a staff member, which also hints that the database may include employee details. In total, the file contained well over 1.2 million records comprising 762 MBs worth of data.
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