"Well, what can you do": Russian oligarch Fridman admits hacking of his Alfa-Bank's client database. Audio
In a telephone conversation with pranksters, Russian oligarch Mikhail Fridman admitted that Alfa-Bank's client database had been hacked. The operation was carried out by Ukrainian hackers together with the Security Service of Ukraine.
Sources in the SBU told OBOZ.UA about this. As noted, the leak of Alfa-Bank's 30 million customer database into the network was another evidence of huge "holes " in the security systems of Russian banks (to listen to the audio, scroll to the end of the news).
Sources in the Ukrainian secret service said that the pranksters personally managed to get through to the owner of Alfa-Bank to tell him the "good news" about the hack.
"Well, what can you do," the businessman replied.
At the same time, Fridman was asked if he wanted to speak out against Russia's war against Ukraine.
"But the oligarch was in a bad mood for some reason, and after a short conversation, he hung up," the sources said.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the day before, the hacker team KibOrg announced the hacking of Alfa-Bank's database in cooperation with NLB hackers. It was noted that as a result, the personal data of more than 30 million clients of the largest private bank in Russia were obtained.