The stolen voter records include personal details such as names, registration IDs, partial Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers, and contact information, raising concerns about potential identity theft and privacy risks.

D.C. Board of Elections Confirms Voter Data Stolen in Site Hack

The District of Columbia Board of Elections (DCBOE) is investigating a data leak involving 600,000 voter records after claims from a threat actor known as RansomedVC. The breach occurred through the web server of DataNet, the hosting provider for Washington D.C.'s election authority. The DCBOE's internal systems were not compromised. The stolen voter data, which includes personal details, is being sold on the dark web. RansomedVC claims to have breached other systems, but the authenticity of these claims is disputed.

Back to Home


  • No comments yet.