The hacker group Anonymous in one of its Twitter accounts stated that it had gained access to the Sberbank database.

According to hackers, the leak contains “email addresses of 5030 clients, phone numbers, addresses.”

An archive with five Excel files is attached to the tweet:

data on free bank cells as of June 14, 2016;

list of companies/Sole proprietors of real estate appraisers (4106 lines);

register of appraisers-partners (211 lines);

reference document “List of types of fixed-term contracts with which trading operations are carried out in the FORTS Vehicle”;

empty template “Certificate of property status and current obligations”.

Sberbank did not comment on this leak.

Recall that after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Anonymous declared a cyber war against the Russian Federation.

At the end of March, hackers published 28 GB of data allegedly belonging to the Central Bank of the Russian Federation in one Twitter account, including hundreds of audit reports and information about the owners of banks. The Russian regulator itself denied the information about the hacking.

In early May, the hacker group NB65 associated with Anonymous announced access to the database of the Russian payment system QIWI for 10.5 TB. The company assured that “customers’ personal data is safe.”