The American crypto exchange Gemini has leaked the private data of 5.3 million users, which has subsequently been used for targeted phishing attacks. It concerns e-mail addresses and partial telephone numbers.
According to Gemini, the data was stolen from an unnamed “third-party” supplier. No further details about the data breach have been provided. Gemini does advise users to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) for their account.
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