Daily Crunch: StockX admits it was hacked
August 05, 2019 at 14:24 PM EDT
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It looks like StockX wasn’t being entirely honest when it sent out a password reset email to customers last week citing “system updates.”
What was really going on? Well, a data seller contacted TechCrunch to say that more than 6.8 million records were stolen from the site in May (and we were able to review a sample of those records). StockX has since acknowledged the breach, but it still isn’t answering questions about why it wasn’t more forthcoming with customers.
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