Data Breach Alert: Indian Banks' Information Allegedly Up for Sale

In recent developments, reports have emerged of a data breach involving several Indian banks, with sensitive customer information allegedly being sold on the dark web. This situation has raised significant concerns about data security and the measures in place to protect personal information within the financial sector. While the authenticity of the data is yet to be fully verified, the incident has nonetheless sparked considerable attention.

According to initial reports, hackers have claimed to have obtained and are offering data from various Indian banks. This data is said to include personal details such as names, account numbers, and addresses. While the full extent of the breach is still under investigation, early indications suggest a significant amount of information may have been compromised.


We posted some images of the sample data allegedly obtained from Indian banks

Above are the images of the sample data allegedly obtained from Indian banks. The sample data includes information from banks like Airtel Payments Bank, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, and State Bank of India (SBI). We are not sure how authentic this data is or how old or new it might be.

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