Crypto exchange Gemini leaks private data of 5.3 million users

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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