It is assumed that the purchase invoices of users with FPT Shop are still being hacked to the network. Photo: Chanh Trung.
According to that, on the night of November 13, hacker forums appeared on the hacker information to store sales data between customers and store chain FPT Shop that many users are still worried about.
Accordingly, a member of RaidForums has continued the nickname "herasvn" to release this forums formation that it stores in the FPTShop customer database. To prove his claim, the hacker launched a series of photo 's of the purchase contract between the customer and FPT Shop, which contains all customer information, ID cards, invoices for invoices ….
In addition, the hacker also treats data relating to information relating to servers, customers and other sensitive business information of FPT Shop. The hacker also uploads exploit tools to get the FPTshop database, but hackers do not know how to use this tool and ask those who download this tool to find out how to use it.
At the end of the forum post, the hacker "strongly" announced that it would provide specific information about the FPT Shop data for those who accept the purchase in a "deal" with the hacker.
On the same day, the network experts said that the information relating to FPT Shop customers as given above is not reliable. The experts said that if the hacker steals the data from FPT Shop, this could be the statistical data, only tables. The appearance of the photo's of the commercial transaction as above can come from every customer who has bought and caught at FPT Shop. Therefore, these data are difficult to trust and should be investigated more specifically.
Earlier, on November 6, also on the RaidForums forum hackers uploaded information, which is assumed to be the World of Sports staff. The hacker then uploaded files containing employee personal data on 10 November and threatened to launch the FPT Shop data.
Repeated cases involving personal information from customers are believed to have been exposed online in the past few days, causing many users to remain confused. The Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) has worked with relevant companies to find out.