Several members-only dark web forums are reportedly auctioning what appears to be a stolen government database featuring the personal information of 92 million Brazilian citizens.

The 16GB SQL database contains such information as name, birth date, mother's name, gender and tax details including taxpayer IDs, according to BleepingComputer, which credits the discovery to a researcher with the Twitter user name Breach Radar.

BleepingComputer examined a sample from the database and was able to verify that the information was accurate.

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