The total number of user data leaks from the Comercio Online online store amounted to 3,805,265, 61 thousand more than announced in 2022.

The number of publicly available data of users of the online store Online Trade increased by 60 thousand


On March 7, RB.RU editors received a bulletin from the Have I Been Pwned service (which allows you to check if data has been compromised), which talked about the “Online Trade” leak that occurred on September 19, 2022.

At the same time, the number of “leaked” accounts, according to the resource, is already 3,805,265, while in 2022 the Telegram channel “Information Leaks” reported a partial dump of 3,744,188.

Thus, the “merged” database had 61,077 more accounts.

The database contains the following information:

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  • Name;
  • Email address;
  • phone number;
  • hashed password (MD5);
  • dates of birth;
  • a list of all IP addresses that the user has used.

The head of customer service at Online Commerce, Andrey Aristov, told RB.RU that in September 2022 the company received information about a possible leak of customer databases, launched an investigation and reported it to Roskomnadzor.

“Roskomnadzor conducted an on-site inspection of OnLine Trade LLC in connection with a possible leak. The audit determined that there were no data leaks due to the fault of OnLine Trade LLC employees,” Aristov said.

According to a company representative, Online Trade conducted a system audit and additional training for responsible individuals, and also reset all passwords for customers’ personal accounts.


Anastasia Marina

Source: RB

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