As a result of the attack on the Lithuanian gambling site Orakulas, hackers gained access to the data of over 257,000 players. The stolen data is now up for sale. However, when they were received is unknown. Conflicting information comes from the operator and the hackers.
According to Vegasslotsonline, a database listing usernames, emails and passwords is on sale for as little as $ 100, which must be sent via Bitcoin. For more detailed information, indicating the ID and credit card information, they ask for $ 1,500.
Officially, the current owner of the operator, OlyBet, noted that no hacks were recorded and their databases were not compromised. The same version is confirmed by the National Cyber Security Center of Lithuania. This means that the hack happened even before OlyBet bought the operator back in 2015.
However, according to hackers, the information was leaked several times between 2015 and 2018.