The personal data of 2 million Moroccans disseminated by hackers

The personal data of 2 million Moroccans disseminated by hackers
The personal data of 2 million Moroccans disseminated by hackers

This weekend, a hacker offloaded more than 2 million pieces of data belonging to Moroccans and Moroccans, reports the specialized site ZATAZ. On the night of Friday, September 3, 2021, a black hat bearing the name of the founder of Nazism, Adolphe Hitler, posted in three free cloud spaces available on the web 2.064.201 accounts of men and women from the Kingdom of Morocco.

The data include in particular the identity, profession and e-mail address of these persons.

The hacker extracted this information from the Linkedin data leak broadcast in the blackmarket several weeks ago, specifies the same source.

The second leak concerns, according to another hacker, the Mohammed V University.

The prestigious establishment located in the city of Rabat is found with the malicious distribution of 2,181 CV.

Documents dating from 2013 to 2020.

The data includes the postal addresses, photographs and electronic addresses of students in Electrical Engineering, Civil, Industrial, Computer Science, Mechanics, Computer Modeling, Processes or Networks and Telecommunications.

The hacker does not explain how he was able to extract this information, the site said.

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