Cyberpolice nab Odesa man selling personal data from banking databases
The Ukrainian cyberpolice unit in the southern city of Odesa have detained a a local man, 26, accused of illegally disseminating for profit personal data from databases of major Ukrainian banks and other organizations.
Also, the suspect, who had been rendering his illegal services via one of chat messengers, offered information from databases of postal carrier clients, vehicle registration and drivers' licenses, Odesa Region PD press service reported.
The perpetrator would charge UAH 1,000 (nearly $40) per package of information inquired.
During a search at the suspect's home and vehicle, law enforcers seized SIM cards, bank cards, a cellphone, and flash drives.
The man is set to be charged with "unauthorized interference with the operation of computers, automated systems, computer or telecommunication networks.
As UNIAN reported earlier, a supermarket cashier was detained in Khmelnytsky region for copying customers' bank card information to appropriate money.