Robinhood breach leaks information of 7 million people

Robinhood announced that it’s popular app has suffered a breach, exposing millions of email addresses, names and more.

In a statement released on Monday, Robinhood said it discovered the incident on the evening of November 3, explaining that an “unauthorized third party” managed to obtain personal information of their customers. 

The company was quick to say that no Social Security numbers, bank account numbers, or debit card numbers were exposed. 

But they admitted that about 7 million people had some amount of information leaked in the attack. The customers affected have been emailed.

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