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Ukrainian hackers hacked into the database of the Russian Union of Auto Insurers: more than 1.5 TB of data was obtained

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KibOrg hacked the database of the Russian Union of Auto Insurers. Source: kiborg.news

The team of the Ukrainian hacker group Kiborg has hacked into the database of the Russian Union of Auto Insurers (RSA). The hackers got hold of more than 1.5 TB of information about Russian drivers and their cars over the past 15 years.

This was reported by the cyber investigative website kiborg.news. Ukrainian hackers also released part of the hacked RAMI database.

It contains the following personal information: The name and date of birth of each driver, information about his or her driver's license, passport, car make and model, VIN code, license plate, and some car characteristics.

Ukrainian hackers hacked into the database of the Russian Union of Auto Insurers: more than 1.5 TB of data was obtained

Among the Russians whose data was obtained by Ukrainian hackers are two leading Russian propagandists, Vladimir Solovyov and Dmitry Kiselev.

It also became known what the CEOs of the companies that actually produce cars for Russians - the Moskvich plant and AvtoVAZ, the largest car manufacturer in Russia – drive.

Vladimir Solovyov

Vladimir Solovyov, the Kremlin's top propagandist, has a fleet of luxury cars. His collection includes three Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse with identical license plates from 2010, 2013, and 2018.

In addition, Solovyov has several Mercedes-Benz minibuses for escorts: A 2013 Viano, a 2015 Vito, and a 2020 V-Klasse.

Ukrainian hackers hacked into the database of the Russian Union of Auto Insurers: more than 1.5 TB of data was obtained

The propagandist's cars also include a rare 1960 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur, a 2005 Porsche 911, a 1996 BMW Z3, and a 2007 Jeep Wrangler with a 2006 Mercedes-Benz R-Klasse.

The hackers emphasize that Solovyov purchased at least three cars during the full-scale war and after international sanctions were imposed on him. These are two brand new Mercedes-Benz V-Klasse and Toyota Granvia 2022 minibuses, which the propagandist registered in October and November of the same year. In January 2023, Solovyov also bought a 2019 Mitsubishi Pajero.

Dmitry Kiselev

Unlike Solovyov, another Kremlin propagandist, Dmitry Kiselyov, cannot boast of such a large car fleet.

He owns several motorcycles, including a 2004 BMW F650GS and a 2012 DUKATI HY PERMOTARD 796.

Ukrainian hackers hacked into the database of the Russian Union of Auto Insurers: more than 1.5 TB of data was obtained

He owns a couple of Land Rovers made in 2002. Although it would be more correct to say - had, as one of these Land Rovers was burned by guerrillas in Crimea.

Kiselyov's wife Maria owns a 2016 Range Rover Evoque, which the propagandist has a permit to use.

President of AvtoVAZ Maxim Sokolov

Strangely enough, AvtoVAZ President Maxim Sokolov does not own a single car. Perhaps it is because he prefers the German car industry to the products of his plant.

Thus, the "poor" carless Sokolov has many permits for use. In particular, for three cars of his son Maksym, who owns a Mercedes-Benz V-Klasse, a 2019 BMW Z4 convertible, and a 2020 BMW 840.

Ukrainian hackers hacked into the database of the Russian Union of Auto Insurers: more than 1.5 TB of data was obtained

Moskvich director Dmitry Pronin

Dmitry Pronin, director of Moskvich, also does not drive his plant's cars. Instead, he owns only one Mercedes-Benz E-Klasse made in 2008. However, he also has permission to drive his wife's Mercedes-Benz GLK-Klasse.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, KibOrg hackers also hacked the client base of the Russian Alfa-Bank. They published it three months after the hack. This is the personal data of 38 million bank customers. Interestingly, the hackers had to post the database in a separate Telegram channel because their website could not handle the number of people who wanted to download the data.

Only verified information is available in the OBOZ.UA Telegram channel and Viber. Do not fall for fakes!

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