Tapsee hacked

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Tapsee hacked

Tapsee has been hacked.

User information has fallen into the hands of hackers.

Milad Manshipour, CEO of Tapsee, announced on Twitter that the country’s infrastructure has been hacked in recent days.

Mr. Manshipour said that in the past few days, we became aware of unauthorized access to Tapsee’s infrastructure and the extraction of some information. As soon as we discovered this, we filed a complaint with the police and blocked their access.

In the following tweets, it is mentioned that the hackers did this intentionally, and the company has reported it to the police.

Mr. Manshipour said that according to the emails we received from the attacking group, their intention was extortion. They requested money in exchange for not disclosing the information. We decided not to negotiate with them because in our negotiations, we realized that there is no guarantee against the disclosure of information and future misuse.

This hacker group has claimed in their Telegram channel that they have been able to access the information of 27 million passengers. The price for selling this information in this Telegram channel is stated as $35,000. This information includes full names, mobile numbers, national IDs, city, and sometimes email addresses.


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