Personal data of another 9 million of VEON customers leaked online


Personal data of millions of Russian customers of the VEON telecom group has ended up on the street. The Russian newspaper Kommersant reported that. It concerns a total of almost 9 million people who once took out a subscription for internet at home.

This includes names, addresses and telephone numbers. The database dates from 2016, but according to research by Kommersant, many data are still current. Beeline, the subsidiary of VEON in Russia, said it had already completed an investigation into the data breach. Measures would have been taken. The company also stated that most leaked data is no longer up to date.

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