"Within the database, you'll find that there are records that aren't of Louisiana origin like Texas or Delaware, this is due to tourists, travellers, etc. or the individual may simply be in Louisiana without a Louisiana DL."The stolen records are said to contain an individual's name, address, data of birth, ZIP code, email address, phone number, driving offense, fine total, driver's license number, and state in which the license was issued. A majority of those affected by the breach have birthdays in the year 1983, though the dataset also contains information about teenagers and senior citizens. NSA is currently offering 290,000 of those records for sale on The Real Deal, the same dark web marketplace where another hacker known as "Peace" is selling a database of 167 million LinkedIn accounts, including the emails, hashed and (in many cases) already cracked passwords of 117 million users.
"Disregard the price on this listing. Make me an offer that you and I can both agree to and I'll create a private listing that you can use to purchase this database. Don't bother contacting me if you're going to hit me with lowball offers."News of this breach follows close to two years after 300,000 people's personal information and driver's license information was left on a server publicly accessible from the web.