Robinhood discovered a breach that used social engineering to trick an employee into giving them access to customer support programs, in early November. The company initially claimed that the attacker had obtained access to the email addresses of five million users, as well as the full names of another 2 million users. Additional personal information, including name, birth date and zip code, was also corrupted by approximately 310 users, including 10 who also “disclosed detailed account details”.
On Tuesday the company revealed Tuesday that “a few thousand listed have phone numbers, and the list also contains other documents we are still analyzing.”
Vice Motherboard, which has published news on the disclosure of telephone numbers, has learned from a source that the list includes some 4,400 phone numbers.
Read More: Securityweek
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