Sunday, 10 July 2016

Dark Web : Over 290k Plus US Driver’s License Has been Stolen

Siva Kumar     17:27     No comments

Using the name of the NSA, a hacker put some dark Web network of sales data that contain personal details and driver's license information of more than 290,000 US citizens who had then stolen after breaking the chains of a number of organizations in Louisiana. The hacker will upload the data to the real deal, metro market.

NSA says that extracted the driver's details stolen databases that contained information on driving violations. He also argued that the information held in databases, as well as the more serious crimes like murder.

Much personal information is stolen and is available, which includes a driving offense, a fine common name, first name, last name, date of birth, driver license number, a state, a driver's license, address, city, state, Zip code, phone number, and email address: The hacker said that the most common birth dates from 1983, but the data also includes information about the teenagers and the elderly.

"Ignore this price list. My suggestion is that you and I can both agree, and I create a personal list that you can use to get this database, "the advertisement states beginning hackers. It is noted that "the NSA 'hacker does not have the real deal on selling a story, and positive responses from users without the authority or the hacker can find it difficult to move the data dump.

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