By Adhurim Mirtezai
A hacker chose Twitter to announce that he had stolen somewhere in the neighborhood of 50GBs worth of customer information from dozens of large banks. The data included full names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses related to Visa and MasterCard credit and debit card accounts.
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The hacker known as Reckz0r proclaimed that he had illegally accessed these banks’ servers, and he provided the confidential data to prove it. Reckz0r boasted that he was only showing only a portion of the data stolen, and the full amount is “about 50GB or bigger” taken from “over 79 large banks.” He also said that he had been working on his project over the last three months.
The international credit card processing company Global Payments confirmed back in March that hackers had stolen the credit card numbers of as many as 1.5 million MasterCard and Visa customers. No one is saying whether this new data leaked by Reckz0r was part of the earlier breach.