Coinmama, a Bitcoin and Ethereum broker based in Israel, has become the target of a major security breach that has resulted in the theft of thousands of user records. According to a notice posted by the broker, 450,000 Coinmama users were affected by the attack, and their email addresses and encrypted passwords were stolen.
This attack was part of a larger theft in which 747 million records were stolen and sold on a darknet market. Several other companies were also affected by the breach, including various gaming sites and social networks. Coinmama seems to have been the only crypto exchange that was affected by the breach–which is good news of sorts.
No User Funds Stolen
More good news: those who obtained the records have apparently not managed to steal any funds from Coinmama. Even with the data, accessing user accounts would…