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Hackers Claim to Have Compromised Bankrupt Bitcoin ATM Firm Coin Cloud

Katie Lin

Summary: According to an X post made by cybersecurity expert vx-underground, an unknown threat actor claims to have acquired 70,000 customer selfies and 300,000 customer PIIs from Bitcoin ATM operator Coin Cloud. The compromised data encompasses sensitive details such as social security numbers, dates of birth, first and last names, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, current occupations, physical addresses, and more. The threat actor also alleges to ...

According to an X post made by cybersecurity expert vx-underground, an unknown threat actor claims to have acquired 70,000 customer selfies and 300,000 customer PIIs from Bitcoin ATM operator Coin Cloud. The compromised data encompasses sensitive details such as social security numbers, dates of birth, first and last names, e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, current occupations, physical addresses, and more. The threat actor also alleges to have obtained the source code of Coin Cloud’s backend system. Coin Cloud filed for bankruptcy in February 2023.

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