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Robinhood Says Thousands of Phone Numbers Also Stolen in Breach

November 17, 2021

Robinhood discovered in early November that hackers had breached its systems after using social engineering to trick an employee into giving them access to customer support systems.

The company initially said that the attacker had gained access to the email addresses of five million users, and the full names of another two million users. Additional personal information, including name, date of birth and zip code, was also compromised for roughly 310 users, including 10 that also had “more extensive account details” exposed.

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