Data from millions of Brazilians such as CPF, RG, address and even estimated income were traded on the internet for a monthly fee of R$200.
The scammers used leaked data from CadSUS, Senatran (NaSite Secretariat sells data on Brazilians for R$ 200cional in traffic), the Federal Revenue, INSS, the company Boa Vista and the Federal Police. Customers were approached by Facebook. The information is from Folha de S.Paulo.
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The site also provided information on payroll-deductible loans for retirees, civil servants and the military using data from the INSS, Siape (Integrated Personnel Administration System) or the Army.
The search can start from any information that the criminal has about the person, and may cross data such as income, address, signature and photo.
The General Data Protection Law points out that in cases like these, the affected individuals must be notified of the leakage of confidential data, the risks related to this and the measures that will be taken to reduce the damage.
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