Ukrainian hackers hacked Russian database with data on hundreds of millions of airline flights

Ukrainian hackers hacked Russian database with data on hundreds of millions of airline flights

They plan to pass this data to the Ukrainian Armed Forces

Ukrainian hackers hacked Russian database with data on hundreds of millions of airline flights

Ukrainian hackers have hacked into the database of the Russian booking system Siren-Travel. They gained access to data on 3.4 billion phone numbers and 664 million flights.

The Ukrainian project KibOrg reported on the hacking of the database of the Russian company Siren-Travel, organized by the Muppets group.

Source. This is reported by the BBC with reference to the publication "Important Stories".

"Sirena-Travel develops airline reservation and sales systems. Muppets gained access to two databases, which, according to hackers, store more than 3.4 billion records of phone numbers, as well as 664.5 million records containing personal data of passengers, route details, ticket prices, and more. This is data for the period from 2007 to 2023.

"Now it's even easier to find information about Russians, including those who liked to fly after the Navalny family to poison them," KibOrg said in a statement.

Among other published data, journalists found information about the flights of Karin Kneissl, former Austrian Foreign Minister and former member of the Rosneft board of directors, who announced in September that she was moving to St. Petersburg. The publication notes that the data on her travels coincide with her public statements, in particular, her flight to Vladivostok from St. Petersburg on September 10 for the Eastern Economic Forum.

A source in the hacker group told Vazhnye Istory that they do not plan to make the entire database publicly available. According to him, the hackers are considering several options: creating a bot that will aggregate data from the databases for money, or transferring the databases to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Background. Earlier it was reported that Ukrainian hackers had hacked the MosBTI website with data on real estate owners in Moscow.

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