On the afternoon of July 2, the service was subjected to a cyberattack from abroad.

The file that the attackers managed to get did not contain payment data or information about points of arrival and departure, but contained the names and names of some passengers with their phone numbers and mailbox addresses.

“The hackers had access to a table containing the technical data of the Buses section... Now the company is conducting an internal investigation and is working on several versions of what happened,” the company’s press service told TASS.

Roskomnadzor had previously asked food delivery services Yandex.Food and Delivery Club for detailed information about possible leaks of couriers' personal data.

Later, the head of the State Duma Committee on Information Policy, Information Technology and Communications, Alexander Khinshtein (United Russia), spoke about amendments to the bill on strengthening the protection of personal data, prepared for the second reading of the document.