Almost 2,000 Robinhood Accounts Infiltrated by Hackers: Bloomberg News

Hackers infiltrated nearly 2,000 accounts of fintech startup Robinhood Markets Inc and siphoned off customer funds, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday, citing a person with knowledge of an internal review.

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Robinhood was now considering whether to add a phone number along with other tools, the report said.
Last week, the Menlo Park, California-based company, said some customers might have become a target of hackers because of their personal email accounts being compromised outside its platform.

Robinhood did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.

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