The phone numbers of customers of the "Atlas" service and technical information about ordering tickets for buses and minibuses got into the network, the press service of the service reported.

"The service of information security "Atlas Bass" discovered a leak of data about orders in the service, in connection with a hack. The phone numbers of our customers and technical information about orders: date of creation, composition and other details got into the Internet," says the message published on the website.

The service assures that the leak did not affect customers' bank and payment data, as well as their logins and passwords - they are safe.

"Atlas" is a Belarusian service that connects carriers and passengers and allows you to buy tickets for long-distance and international minibuses or buses.

  • In November 2023, law enforcement officers made claims against the Atlas aggregator and its founders, Andrei Dantsov and Vladimir Fundatar. The KGB opened a criminal case against the company for non-payment of taxes, among the accused and suspects — 20 people. According to the version of the KGB, they formed a "criminal scheme": they united more than 300 carriers and gave them access to client bases, and in return they asked to transfer unaccounted money.

  • Also in November, Lukashenka held a meeting on passenger transportation, where he accused illegal carriers of budget losses and demanded that Internet aggregators locate their information systems in Belarus.

  • On January 25, Lukashenka signed a decree according to which dispatchers must open a legal entity in Belarus and place servers inside the country, as well as give state authorities access to information about completed orders.

  • "Atlas Bass" aggregator has started transferring data to servers in Belarus. "In connection with technical work on the localization of the platform, slight interruptions in the operation of the service are possible," - it was reported on the "Atlas" website.