Traderie, a marketplace for in-game items, alerts users to data breachReading Time: 2 minutes
The incident also affected Akrew’s Nookazon website, which allows gamers to trade and sell in-game items from Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
A post on BreachForums — the notorious hacking forum that recently returned after it shut down in March — claims to have more details about the data breach.
In a post published in early August, a user called ‘victim’ claimed to be selling the data stolen from Traderie for $5,000 in Bitcoin.
The post also claims that the stolen data includes some Stripe information, which Traderie uses for processing payments, including customer IDs and subscription statuses.
In the email sent to affected users — published on Traderie’s website on August 8 — the company notes that it does ‘not directly store your password and any financial information is handled by the payment platform Stripe.’
The BreachForums post claims that Traderie experienced another breach in 2022 affecting approximately 400,000 users, but allegedly paid to keep the breach from leaking and did not notify affected users of the incident.
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