[HackerNews] Robinhood Trading App Suffers Data Breach Exposing 7 Million Users’ Information

Robinhood on Monday disclosed a security breach affecting approximately 7 million customers, roughly a third of its user base, that resulted in unauthorized access of personal information by an unidentified threat actor.
The commission-free stock trading and investing platform said the incident happened “late in the evening of November 3,” adding it’s in the process of notifying affected users.

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