Allegedly, a database of 737,000 rows of Renaissance Insurance website users went open access. The insurance company has not yet ruled on a possible leak, but the researchers confirmed the relevance of some of the data that entered the network.

DLBI found a database on the net, presumably of users of the Renaissance Insurance website

Investigators found in the public domain, presumably, a database of users of the Renaissance Insurance website. This was reported by the telegram channel “Information Leaks”.

The database is a full SQL database from the site, owned by the insurance company Renaissance Insurance. The database contains 737.6 thousand lines: the full name of the users, the phone number, the encrypted password, the date of registration and the last login.

The researchers randomly checked several email addresses from the database and confirmed that they are up to date, the telegram channel says.

At press time, Renaissance Insurance did not comment on a possible data leak.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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