Hackers rob thousands of Coinbase customers using phishing attacks and an MFA flaw free cvv dump sites, bestvalid cc

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Bleepingcomputer was first to report: “Crypto exchange Coinbase disclosed that a threat actor stole cryptocurrency from 6,000 customers after using a vulnerability to bypass the company’s SMS multi-factor authentication security feature.
Coinbase is the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency exchange, with approximately 68 million users from over 100 countries.
In a notification sent to affected customers this week, Coinbase explains that between March and May 20th, 2021, a threat actor conducted a hacking campaign to breach Coinbase customer accounts and steal cryptocurrency.
To conduct the attack, Coinbase says the attackers needed to know the customer’s email address, password, and phone number associated with their Coinbase account and have access to the victim’s email account.
While it is unknown how the threat actors gained access to this information, Coinbase believes it was through  phishing campaigns targeting Coinbase customers  to steal account credentials, which have become common. Additionally, banking trojans traditionally used to steal online bank accounts are also  known to steal Coinbase accounts .  Full story at Bleepingcomputer .
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