Robinhood’s shares fell 3.1% in after-market buying and selling on Monday, after the shares and cryptocurrencies buying and selling app acknowledged Nov. 3 safety knowledge breach in a weblog put up.
- “An unauthorized third occasion obtained entry to a restricted quantity of non-public data for a portion of our prospects,” the favored buying and selling platform mentioned within the Monday weblog put up.
- The corporate mentioned that the unnamed third occasion obtained a listing of e-mail addresses for about 5 million individuals and full names for a unique group of roughly two million individuals.
- Robinhood assured its prospects that the assault had been contained and that no private data resembling social safety, checking account or debit card numbers had been uncovered.
- The corporate additionally acknowledged that the breach didn’t trigger monetary loss for any prospects..
- Nonetheless, the corporate additionally mentioned that the hack had compromised the non-public data of 310 accounts, together with title, date of delivery, and zip code, and uncovered extra in depth data for 10 prospects.