Screenshots reveal what extra information the Robinhood hackers accessed
Screenshots obtained by Motherboard reportedly show the internal Robinhood tools that a hacker used to access “more extensive account details” for some of the trading platform’s accounts. The heavily redacted screenshots show that hackers had access to buttons labeled “Disable MFA” (multi-factor authentication) and “Add to Trusted Device Email Code Whitelist,” along with information about what devices were logged into the account, and the ACH bank transfers the user had done.
Motherboard says it got the screenshots from someone claiming to be affiliated with the hackers. Robinhood told The Verge that its investigation didn’t reveal evidence that the hacker made any changes to accounts.