An nameless group of hackers claims to have stolen private data for about 300,000 prospects of the Bitcoin (BTC) ATM firm referred to as Coin Cloud, the pseudonymous cybersecurity account vx-underground posted on X (previously Twitter).
An unknown Risk Actor(s) declare to have compromised Coin Cloud.
They allege to have exfiltrated 70,000 buyer selfies (by way of ATM cameras), and 300,000 prospects PII which incorporates Social Safety Quantity, Date of Beginning, First Title, Final Title, e-mail handle, Phone Quantity,… pic.twitter.com/TJ7RUK18Yq
— vx-underground (@vxunderground) November 12, 2023
Other than private data, the hacker group additionally claims to have gotten a maintain of 70,000 buyer selfie verification knowledge. In response to vx-underground, the hackers declare to have obtained particulars like occupations, bodily addresses, social safety numbers and different knowledge from the corporate. The hackers additionally reportedly have the information of United States residents and customers from Brazil.
Moreover, the hacker group reportedly claimed to have accessed the supply code for Coin Cloud’s again finish. On the time of writing, the corporate has not but posted an official assertion relating to the hack.
Cointelegraph reached out to Coin Cloud and vx-underground for added feedback however didn’t get an instantaneous response.
Earlier this yr, the crypto ATM operator filed for bankruptcy. On Feb. 8, Coin Cloud introduced that it will file for Chapter 11 reorganization in a United States chapter courtroom. In response to its CEO and president, Chris McAlary, the choice will allow them to rework their debt and shield the pursuits of their collectors. A submitting on Feb. 7 confirmed that the corporate had liabilities between $100 million and $500 million whereas solely having property between $50 million and $100 million.