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Robinhood customer’s data is being sold on a hacking forum


Last Updated on 22/11/2021 by TheDigitalHacker

The hacker who attempted the infamous Robinhood breach is now selling the data on a hacking forum. He allegedly is asking a hefty amount in exchange for data and has more than seven million email addresses with him.

The threat actor, known as, pompompurin, has taken the responsibility for the recent hack being done on the FBI’s email servers is looking for five figures ransom for the data which he considers to be highly valuable.

However, according to the reports of ITPro, the threat actor emphasized that the sensitive data of 310 customers, such as name, date of birth, and zip code, will not be available to purchase “at this current point of time”.

Robinhood also concealed this information of getting the data leaked by the hands of the hacker. Reports suggest that information of 310 users has been stolen with extensive information in hand.

However, it is still not clear whether the information of their ID cards has been stolen or not.

Anamika focuses on data privacy, data policy, digital policies, and puts users' privacy first. She loves exploring new tech and spends time looking around business politics and its impact on users and small businesses.
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