A thread actor is selling approximately 7 million Robinhood customers’ data on a popular hacking forum.

A threat actor named ‘pompompurin’ announced that they were selling the data on a hacking forum.

In a forum post, pompompurin said he was selling 7 million Robinhood customers’ stolen information for at least five figures, which is $10,000 or higher.

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Source : Bleeping computer

The data stolen during the attack includes the following personal information for Robinhood users:

  • Email addresses for 5 million customers.
  • Full names for 2 million other customers.
  • Name, date of birth, and zip code for 300 people.
  • More extensive account information for ten people

The sold data includes 5 million email addresses, and for another batch of Robinhood customers, 2 million email addresses and their full names.

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