Coinmama suffers a data breach of 450,000 emails and hashed passwords


Coinmama, a crypto broker that specializes in letting users buy cryptocurrencies with credit cards, announced Friday that it suffered a a data breach of 450,000 emails and hashed passwords. Coinmama said that the breach is only a small portion of a much larger breach affecting 24 companies and a total of 747 million user records. Coinmama does not store credit card information but advised users to change their password. 

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Oct 15, 2021, 2:54AM UTC