Databases of users of Russian ad services Avito and Yula have appeared on the network


Six files with tables in CSV format are in the public domain, which means that anyone can download them. Each file contains the data of about 100 thousand users (three databases with information from Avito users, and three more from Yula users). Each record contains information about the user’s region of residence, phone number, address, product category, and time zone. The first database was uploaded to the hacker Forum on June 26, and the last one appeared there on July 22.

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