SBI Accounts Hacked: TechCrunch

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Data leaks from State Bank of India (SBI) Accounts is causing unrest among bank account holders. Tech Crunch, an American based entity has announced that hackers can easily access SBI users’ information. Hackers already possess information like phone numbers, bank balance, transactions, and others details from over 1,00,000 accounts, it added.

‘SBI quick’ is a feature provided by SBI wherein users can know their primary information just by giving a missed call to a particular number. The report stated that the data server present in Mumbai lacks proper security and can be easily hacked.

With this development, account holders of SBI all across the country are panicking. SBI has a total of 42 crore accounts across the country.

‘SBI quick’ is a service developed by the bank for customers without smartphones to know about their banking information like account balance, last five transactions, blocking the card, home, and vehicle loans.

According to the report, everyday messages will be sent via SBI quick and hackers can easily break into the database without a password. On Monday, 30,00,000 users received such fake messages added the report. It is being estimated that in the past two months, hackers must have caused a major loss to SBI’s customers.

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