Screen shots show what additional information Robinhood hackers gained access to.
Screenshots obtained by Motherboard Show the alleged internal robinhood tools that a hacker used to gain “more extensive account details” for certain accounts of the trading platform. Highly modified screenshots show that hackers had access to buttons labeled “Disable MFA” (Multi-factor authentication) and “Add to Trusted Device Email Code Whitelist”, along with information that Which devices were logged into the account, and the ACH Bank transfer was made by the user.
Motherboard He says he has received screenshots from someone who claims to be affiliated with the hackers and says Robinhood denied that the hackers made any real changes to any of the accounts.
Although data on about 7 million people was accessed, Robin Hood said in his announcement that most of them had only their email addresses or full names. However, ten people have “more detailed account details.” Robinhood confirmed the account included in a screenshot. Motherboard Incoming customer support talk was one of them. Another screenshot also shows the user’s account balance, portfolio value, and verified phone number.
Announcing the hack Monday, Robin Hood said someone was able to socially engineer one of their co-workers and gain access to the company’s customer support tools. According to Robin Hood, these tools give them access to some user information, though not social security, bank, or debit card numbers. The company did not say whether users with more data access than others were specifically targeted, but said it was reaching out to affected people. Robin Hood also said that the hacker tried to take money from him, but he did not pay.
Robin Hood did not immediately respond to a request for comment. the edge.