A threat actor has published the 2014 voter information for close to 2 million Indonesians on a popular hacker forum and threatens to release data for a total of 200 million voters.
The dump includes voter records in individual PDF files that were allegedly stolen from the general election commission of Indonesia KPU.
According to intelligence firm Under the Breach, the PDFs were organized by Indonesia cities, threat actor leaks information on 2,300,000 Indonesian citizens. Leaked details include names, addresses, ID numbers, birth dates, and more, they appear to date back to 2013.
The KPU replied that the data was public information, it was available for anyone during the 2014 election. The KPU highlighted that its systems were not hacked.
(SecurityAffairs – Indonesians, hacking)