Robinhood has disclosed a data breach after their systems were hacked and a threat actor gained access to the personal information of approximately 7 million customers.

“At this time, we understand that the unauthorized party obtained a list of email addresses for approximately five million people, and full names for a different group of approximately two million people,” disclosed a blog post published today about the security incident.

“We also believe that for a more limited number of people—approximately 310 in total—additional personal information, including name, date of birth, and zip code, was exposed, with a subset of approximately 10 customers having more extensive account details revealed.”

In summary, the data breach exposed:

  • Email addresses for 5 million customers.
  • Full names for 2 million.
  • Name, date of birth, and zip code for 300 people.
  • More extensive account information for 10 people.

The company states that they do not believe any Social Security numbers, bank account numbers, or debit card numbers were exposed in the attack.

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