Hackers, who said that they had captured the information of Trendyol’s employees, which has more than 30 million customers and whose mobile application has been downloaded more than 45 million times, put this data on sale over the internet.
The information that the hackers claim to have seized includes the Republic of Turkey ID card numbers, telephone and salary information of people working in various units, including Trendyol’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Zeki Güçlü Kaya.
No information about customer information
While the hackers do not state that there is a leak of customer information, they say that they prefer to keep this issue ‘secret’. The hackers, who could not provide any evidence about the customer information they kept confidential, said that they will provide detailed information in the coming days.
Trendyol: Leakage is not caused by our systems
by Trendyol publictv.com.trIn the official statement made to , the leak allegations were rejected, “Although we continue to investigate the source of the leak, in the light of our knowledge so far, the leak is not caused by Trendyol systems” it was said.
Regarding the leaking of Trendyol CTO and some personnel’s data, Trendyol “The aforementioned data leak concerns the data of a very limited group of our employees. Our limited group employees affected by the leak have been informed about the issue. used the phrases.
by Trendyol publictv.com.trHere is the full statement to:
“Allegations about a data leak that affected different companies have been shared on social media since last night. First of all, we would like to express that our teams are taking the necessary actions to follow up the issue in cooperation with the relevant official institutions. Our investigations regarding the source of the leak are continuing, but in the light of our knowledge so far, The leak is not caused by Trendyol systems.
The aforementioned data leak concerns the data of a very limited group of our employees. Our limited group employees affected by the leak have been informed about the issue.
Our company takes all necessary technical and administrative measures to protect the security and privacy of personal data. Trendyol customers and vendors were not affected by the situation. Our technical, risk and legal units carry out extensive auditing activities on the subject and no adverse events have been detected so far. We would also like to state that we reserve the right to take legal and criminal remedies regarding unfounded and defamatory posts and allegations that may arise in this process.
After the personal data of 19 million subscribers of Yemek Sepeti was stolen by hackers in November 2021, the same hacker group shared some data and information with journalists, saying ‘We could not agree on money with Yemek Sepeti.
In the message they sent, the hackers said that they had hacked many companies in Turkey and demanded money from Yemek Sepeti to ‘stop’ or that they wanted to meet with the Koç Family.