Robinhood Users' Data is for Sale on the Darknet
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A user has posted an ad on the darknet selling personal data of Robinhood online broker's customers, according to Telegram channel "Data Leak." The seller offers a list of 5 million e-mail addresses as well as the full names of 2 million Robinhood users.

On the other hand, it must be noted that the extended data of 310 users, including name, date of birth and zip code, are not yet for sale.

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Robinhood has recently reported the personal data of some of its users was leaked last November 3:

"An unauthorized third party obtained access to a limited amount of personal information for a portion of our customers."

According to the company, the attackers used social engineering methods against a support employee and gained access to some of the service's systems.

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