A database containing 11 GB worth of data on Bulgarian citizens that was recently leaked to local media outlets by an unidentified actor, is now available for download on hacking forums. The database allegedly contains only half of the information that was recently stolen from Bulgaria’s National Revenue Agency (NRA),
An unidentified threat actor who claims to have stolen the personal data of more than five million Bulgarian citizens (out of a population of 7 million), has leaked 11 GB worth of data to local media outlets, while promising that an additional 10 GB of data will be shared soon.
A recent incident in Bulgaria underscores the major risks security researchers may face as the result of vulnerability disclosure issues. Last week, a researcher named Petko Petrov published a demo of a critical vulnerability in a web portal of a Bulgarian municipality that allows parents to sign their children up
“Bulgarian police on Wednesday arrested 12 members of a powerful crime gang suspected of more than a decade of money laundering, racketeering, drug trafficking, bribery and tax fraud, the interior minister said. Tsvetan Tsvetanov told state television he believed the group had in the past been protected by senior officials